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Terry CallierThe New Folk Sound Of Terry Callier

Label:Prestige – PR 7383, Prestige – PRLP-7383
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Jazz, Rock, Funk / Soul
Style:Soul-Jazz, Acoustic, Folk Rock

Tracklist

A1900 Miles
Arranged ByT. Callier*
Written-ByTraditional
5:05
A2Oh Dear, What Can The Matter Be
Arranged ByT. Callier*
Written-ByTraditional
2:50
A3Johnny Be Gay If You Can Be
Arranged ByT. Callier*
Written-ByTraditional
4:20
A4Cotton Eyed Joe
Arranged ByT. Callier*
Written-ByTraditional
5:25
B1It's About Time
Written-ByKent Foreman, Lydia Wood
3:25
B2Promenade In Green
Arranged ByT. Callier*
Written-ByTraditional
4:00
B3Spi, Spin, Spin
Written-ByKent Foreman
3:05
B4I'm A Drifter
Written-ByTravis Edminston*
8:50
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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 3972-PRLP 7383-1(A) S-49544
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 3972-PRLP 7383-1(B) S-49545

Other Versions (5 of 13)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
The New Folk Sound Of Terry Callier (LP, Album, Mono)Prestige, PrestigePR 7383, 7383US1966
The New Folk Sound Of Terry Callier (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue)BGP RecordsBGPZ 1101UK1995
New Submission
The New Folk Sound Of Terry Callier (CD, Album, Reissue)BGP RecordsCDBGPM 101UK1995
The New Folk Sound Of Terry Callier (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)PrestigePRCD-11026-2US2003
The New Folk Sound Of Terry Callier (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)BGP RecordsCDBGPM 156UK2003

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Saborcaracter's profile picture
Saborcaracter
Edited 2 years ago
As a tourist from Europe, I once drove for days through the most remote and desolate parts of states like Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas, all the while listening to a few CDs that I had specifically chosen for the trip. My selection included this fantastic album by Terry Callier and let me tell you: it was the most awesome record to listen to while driving through the aforementioned parts of the US. The sheer emptiness and the vast, wide open spaces of those states are the perfect background for Terry Callier's haunting singing. With nothing more than guitar and bass as the foundation for his lyrics, Terry Callier manages to create an atmosphere of loneliness and sadness, but still with an incredible sense of hope in it; I don't know how to properly describe it, but maybe you get the picture. On this trip that I made, especially the song "900 Miles" knocked me off my socks every time I had it on. Others have said it before, and it is true: Terry Callier's voice has a profoundness to it that grabs you by the throat. If you are into singer/songwriter material like, for instance, Nick Drake, then this Terry Callier classic is a must have. Magnificent album.
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Vinylsimilitude
Seminal craft.
Let it be known ... Simplicity conceals unimagined complexity.
Let's leave it at that.
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music_emporium
Wondrously deep and haunting album...a voice that may put the trance on whales! ...bass, guitar, and THAT voice! very few albums can cope with this 'un...it surpasses the term of acid-folk by far for its shimmerin' simplicity, sombre-hummin' minor chords, subtle eastern tempos...hm...ever heard COLTRANE sing?? Terry wrote songs like "It's About Time", "Spin, Spin, Spin", which got covered by H.P. Lovecraft (The psychedelic-rock-group of course) later on! ,, and then "I'm A Drifter" (8'50") the ultimate loner-anthem with a glistering yearn for tattoo!
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land_speed_record
My copy of this LP has really annoying noisiness on side B that seems to be a pressing defect. Is this something other's have experienced as well?