Randy Denison - Collage. 1970 USA

"Good but tame folk/psych" is actually the perfect review here. Certainly not an unknown masterpiece, but Denison's sole album has its merits. There's some of that lost and hazy cabin folk sound here. It's distant, yet still accessible. The sparse flute helps with the vibe as well. Too much time is allocated to his mundane singing, but if 1970 folk psych (in that order) is your thing, you might want to seek out. Really cool gatefold cover - a true relic of the era.

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As you can see, I did sell my copy (this year in fact via our Purple Peak Records shop). Still, I felt it worthy of mention as it is good, but I just can't keep them all!

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