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Saline - Chris Lucey - Songs Of Protest And Anti Protest

7 comments on “ Saline - Chris Lucey - Songs Of Protest And Anti Protest

  1. Meztigul
    Chris Lucey (Bobby Jameson) – Songs of Protest & Anti-Protest [] *Even after several years, I’m not certain that the four bonus tunes are correctly identified. Since I wrote this post, Bobby has been posting his music – released and unreleased alike – at several YouTube pages.
  2. Akisho
    Chris Lucey. likes. Musician/Band. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Press alt + / to open this menu. Facebook. Email or Phone: Password: Forgot account? Home. About. Photos. Band Profile. Posts. Community. See more of Chris Lucey on Facebook. Log In. or. Create New Account. See more of Chris Lucey on Facebook. Log In.
  3. Golmaran
    "Songs of Protest and Anti-Protest" is short on running time but not on quality, every song is a certified keeper. The cover of the album is great showing Chris looking like Michael Clarke of the Byrds blowing mouth harp into a microphone. I'm assuming it is Chris but it just might be some file photo of some unknown stoned folk rocker.
  4. Gamuro
    Released in to unanimous indifference, Songs of Protest and Anti-Protest may have been a little too courageous for it's time, tackling blues, exotic -- almost lounge arrangements and pure pop psychedelia. It's beauty is in its absolute fracture and collage of a million and one ideas.8/
  5. Nesho
    Full title - Songs Of Protest & Anti-Protest. reissue of obscure West Coast folk-rock collectable, originally released in It's believed that Lucey was a pseudonym for Bobby Jameson ('Viet Nam') & Songs Of Protest has frequently been compared to Love.
  6. Daihn
    Songs Of Protest And Anti Protest songs It is safe to say that his vocal interpretations (including the one for "Time After Time") have influenced an entire generation of musicians in Rio/Brazil who, at that time, invented one of the most important Brazilian musical styles: the famous Bossa Nova.
  7. Gahn
    Songs Of Protest And Anti Protest Released on Surrey Reviewed by bobby jameson, 04/10/ce This message is from Bobby Jameson/Chris Lucey, First off thanks to Dave Furgess for his thoughtful remarks regarding the Chris Lucey album, and a special thanks for mentioning "Vietnam".

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