Boones Farm - Boones Farm

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Sealed And Pristine 1972 Original With Complimentary Sticker Under Shrink. From The Collection Of A Columbia Records Exec. Produced By Jim Messina, 1972's Cleverly-Titled "Boones Farm" Was Clearly Intended To Appeal To The Growing Country-Rock Audience (Just Check Out The Cover Photos That Made The Quartet Look Like They Had Just Finished A Cattle Round Up). Largely Written By Sprague And Stovall With The Other Two Members Contributing, Tracks Like The Acoustic Ballad 'She's So Good', 'The Me Nobody Knows', And 'If You Can't Be My Woman' Had A Distinctive Country-Rock Edge, Complete With Acoustic Arrangements And Some Nice Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young-Styled Four Part Harmonies (Check Out 'Love Has A Mind Of Its Own' For A Taste Of The Comparison). That Said, Similar To Era-Competitors Like The Buffalo Springfield, The Byrds, Or Poco Their Roots Were Far More Diverse And The Collection Included A Healthy Dose Of Conventional Rock. In Fact, Over Half Of The Album Was Straight Ahead Rock. Powered By Sprague's Deep, Soulful Voice, 'Good Old Feelin', 'Play Children Play', 'Livin' Together', 'The Me Nobody Knows' And The Blazing 'So Much Wrong' (With A Killer Stovall Guitar Solo) Were All First-Rate, Out-And-Out Rockers That Would Have Sounded Fine On FM Radio.

Artist: Boones Farm Title: Boones Farm Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Columbia Catalog ID: KC 31048 Country: USA Our ID: 84354
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