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Great Lost Elektra Singles, Vol. 1
 
 
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The Beefeaters (aka the Byrds), Eclection, Stalk-Forest Group, Judy Collins, Phil Ochs, Paul Butterfield, and David Ackles.
Label Collectors' Choice
Format CD
Runtime/Release Date 31'56/2005
UPC 617742062922
Daedalus Item Code 18411
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Recorded as one-off singles or issued abroad as Elektra was transitioning to folk-rock, these ten tracks include a pristine and haunting version of "Who Knows Where the Time Goes?" by Judy Collins (a different take from the album version) and a song Bob Dylan wrote for her ("I'll Keep It With Mine"). Phil Ochs' signature song "I Ain't Marching Anymore" is greatly enhanced with a band arrangement. Also highly appealing are the two Beatlesque numbers by Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, and Gene Clark of the Byrds; a tune by the British folk-rock band Eclection (with future members of Fairport Convention and Fotheringay); a typically groovy contribution by Paul Butterfield ("Come On In"), and two songs ("What Is Quicksand?" and "Arthur Comics") by Stalk-Forest Group, which later morphed into Blue Oyster Cult.

"A fascinating look at early folk rock in all its naive, idealistic glory…. The revelations include Judy Collins’s version of Dylan’s 'I’ll Keep It with Mine' in a full electric production that taps her unused potential as a deeper-voiced singer…. It may be one of the best things she ever did. And Paul Butterfield goes for soul on 'Come On In,' which compares well with the Chicago and Blood, Sweat & Tears singles of the time."—Boston Phoenix

 
 
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