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Lily & Maria

Prog Folk

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4.90 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1968

Songs / Tracks Listing

- Ismenę-Jasmine :
1. Subway Thoughts (1:39)
2. Everybody Knows (4:35)
3. I Was (4:01)
4. Ismene - Jasmine (1:46)
5. There'll Be No Clowns Tonight (6:43)
- Scatterings :
6. Aftermath (3:21)
7. Morning Glory Morning (3:15)
8. Melt Me (5:27)
9. Fourteen After One (3:22)

Total time 34:09

Bonus tracks on 2008 CD :
10. Everybody Knows (promo single, mono) (3:29)
11. Morning Glory Morning (promo single, mono) (3:17)

Line-up / Musicians

- Lily Fiszman / vocals, guitar
- Maria Neumann / vocals, guitar

- Charlie Brown / guitar
- Lou Hemsey / guitar
- Steve Kreider / guitar
- Willard Snyker / guitar
- Garry Sherman / organ, vibraphone, arranger, co-producer & conductor
- Paul Griffin / organ, piano
- Kohon String Quartet / strings
- Bernie Berger / flute
- Hank Freeman / flute, clarinet
- Lou Marro / bass
- Gary Chester / drums

Releases information

Artwork: Virginia Team

LP Columbia ‎- CS 9707 (1968, US)
LP Sunbeam Records ‎- SBRLP5050 (2008, UK)

CD Sunbeam Records ‎- SBRCD5050 (2008, UK) With 2 bonus tracks

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Review by BaldJean
5 stars I am usually not the biggest fan of prog folk, but this album is different. it has a refreshing naiveté to it and is simply beautiful. and it is definite proof that the general belief that "In the Court of the Crimson King" was the first prog album is nothing but a myth.

it is not my habit to go into discussing the music in detail in my reviews, and I certainly won't start here. just listen and enjoy. but this album is one of my absolute favorites and deserves 5 stars, which I gladly give so more people will listen to this wonderful little gem

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