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The Goldebriars (180 gram vinyl)

   Artist: The Goldebriars
Label: Epic
Orig. Released: 1964
Catalog No.: LPEPIC742926
Condition: Sealed-Reissue
Format: LP (1.3)

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The Goldebriars were an early-60s folk quartet which is most notable for including a young Curt Boettcher as a guitarist and vocalist. The group also included two sisters, Dotti and Sheri Holmberg, and Ron Neilson, lead guitarist and banjo player. This is one of the two very obscure albums for Epic Records in 1964: * "The Goldebriars" (orig. Epic LN 26087) & * "Straight Ahead!" (orig. Epic BN 26114)

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Track Titles
1. Railroad Boy (trad. arr.)
2. He Was a Friend of Mine (trad. arr.)
3. Come Walk Me Out (trad. arr.)
4. Alabama Sound (Ledbetter)
5. Pretty Girls and Rolling Stones (Boettcher / Neilson)
6. A Mumblin' Word (He Never Said) (trad. arr.)
7. Old Time Religion (trad. arr.)
8. Long Time Travellin' (trad. arr.)
9. Shenandoah (trad. arr.)
10. No More Auction Block (trad. arr.)
11. Sing Out Terry O'Day (Boettcher)
12. Voyager's Lament (Boettcher / Neilson / Holmberg / Holmberg)


 

 
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