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In the Woodland of Weir

  • 1. Cathedral
    2. Is Love?
    3. I'm Hip To You
    4. Mr. Tripp Wouldn't Listen
    5. Death of Don Quixote, The
    6. Jazz is Love
    7. It's Only You/Echoes of "You"
    8. Dream Weaver/Seed of Love
    9. Fox, The
    10. Look At the Sun
    11. Love For a Day
    12. I'm Ready
    13. Little Boy Blues Blues
    14. I Can Only Give You Everything
    15. You Don't Love Me
    16. Great Train Robbery, The
    17. Season of the Witch
    18. Ain't Too Proud To Beg
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): KISCD 4020

  • Credits

    Little Boy Blues started as a mid-'60s garage rock band leaning toward Rolling Stones-ish blues rock, with a lesser degree of folk-rock. By the time their sole album came out in 1968, however, they were very much into period psychedelic heavy rock, with more of a soul color to some of the songs and the arrangements than the average such band. Comprised entirely of original material (from Little Boy Blue Ray Levin), In the Woodland of Weir is of fair but somewhat anonymous quality, stewing together psychedelic-influenced wordplay, blue-eyed soul, and fuzz guitar-and-organ-drenched harder rocking passages without much cohesion. Though a lot of stylistic ground is covered -- running even beyond the above genres with the good-time bouncy piano-grounded "Is Love," jazzy improvisation on "The Death of Don Quixote," and classical-influenced strings on "Dream Weaver"/"Seed of Love" -- the material doesn't have staying power. ~ Richie Unterberger

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