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6 thoughts on “ Little Bit Of Rain - Fred Neil - Bleecker & MacDougal

  1. His drumless solo debut, Bleecker & MacDougal (which did have additional instruments), ranked as one of the best efforts from the era in which folk was just beginning its transition to folk-rock. The bluesiest of his albums, it contained some of his best songs, including "Little Bit of Rain," "Other Side of This Life," and "Candy Man.".
  2. Given the late Fred Neil's near mythic reputation as a songwriter, singer, environmentalist, and recluse, the reissue of his album Bleecker & MacDougal is of historic importance. But rather than being an artifact of the man who wrote "Everybody's Talkin'," "Other Side to This Life" (which appears here), and "Dolphins," this album is made of the material that gave Neil his enigmatic presence.9/
  3. And while it may have been the acoustic rave-ups like “Bleecker & MacDougal” and “Gone Again” that made Neil the toast of his peers, it was the languid style he showcased on “Little Bit of Rain” and “The Water if Wide” that would become his trademark.
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  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Little Bit Of Rain on Discogs.5/5(2).
  6. Bleecker & MacDougal, issued by Elektra in , is the debut album from Fred Neil, a pioneer folk rock musician. The recording, which unlike many folk albums at the time featured electric guitar backing, had a significant influence on the folk rock movement.. Guest musicians included Felix Pappalardi on bass, a young John Sebastian playing harmonica, and Pete Childs on dobro and electric soundtracks.moathsadartojaktilar.infoinfo: Folk rock.

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