Storch, Jeremy
40 Miles Past Woodstock
Rare & Collectible Vinyl Records

Storch, Jeremy

40 Miles Past Woodstock
Sealed 1971 Original By The Former Member Of The Vagrants And Now Messianic Rabbi. "40 Miles Past Woodstock" Wasn't A Major Departure From Storch's Debut (From A Naked Window). Like The Debut, Original Material Such As “Spend Your Life With Me,” “I Have A Friend Named Billy” (The Album Was Dedicated To Bill Bloom) And “Perhaps In Concert Hall” Spotlighted Another Set Of Sensitive Singer/Songwriter Fair. Much Of The Material Was Stark (Storch And Keyboards) Though Melodic, But Stretched Over Two Sides The Ominous Atmosphere And Storch's Habit Of Shifting Into A Neil Young-Styled Howl (Check Out 'Dandelions' And A Cover Of Young's Own “I Am A Child”) Proved Quite. Not To Say The Record Was A Carbon Copy Of The First LP. “Smooth Southern Born Lady” Made It Clear Storch Could Work Well In A Band Format. In Case Anyone Cared, The Closing Track 'Delia' Was Included On The Debut Album. This Time Around Storch Stripped Off The Instrumentation And Added Lyrics. There Don't Seem To Have Been Any Singles And Like The Debut RCA Unfortunately Doesn't Appear To Have Done Much To Market The LP." Bad Cat Records.

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  • Artist: Storch, Jeremy
  • Genre: Pop
  • Type: New - LP
  • Label: RCA
  • Catalog ID: LSP 4541
  • Condition:
    Near Mint (NM OR M-)
  • Country ID: USA
  • SKU: 46317