The Modern Folk Quartet - Changes album FLAC
Sealed stock copies! The Modern Folk Quartet. US-amerikanische Folk Band aus Honolulu, gegründet 1962. Erstes Album 1963, waren mit zwei Song im Film "Im Paradies ist der Teufel los" zu hören, lösten sich 1966 wieder auf.
Taken from a various artists oldies vinyl LP album from the late 1970's/early 1980's.
Changes is the second and final studio album by the American folk band the Modern Folk Quartet. It was released in 1964 on the Warner Bros. Records label (see 1964 in music). The album expands upon the trend set from the group's debut: including interpretations of both traditional and contemporary folk standards, with an increased emphasis on the latter.
The Modern Folk Quartet's self-titled 1963 debut album saw the group mix renditions of traditional folk songs, and newer compositions by the band's contemporaries on the folk circuit. Following the album, the band became regular performers, which helped the Modern Folk Quartet developed their vocal harmonies
This substantial effort - especially considering it was their first - was certainly a positive omen for their follow-up in 1964, simply (yet aptly) titled Changes. 1 Swing Down Chariot The Modern Folk Quartet 2:30. 2 Sassafras The Modern Folk Quartet 1:58. 3 Brandy The Modern Folk Quartet 2:28. 4 Wanderin' Willie The Modern Folk Quartet 2:32. 5 It Was a Very Good Year The Modern Folk Quartet 3:7. 6 Ox Driver The Modern Folk Quartet 2:7. 7 Pennies The Modern Folk Quartet 2:40
Listen to music from The Modern Folk Quartet. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Modern Folk Quartet. The Modern Folk Quartet. Live At The Ice House 1978. Following the album, the band became regular performers, which helped the Modern Folk Quartet developed their vocal harmonies.
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The Modern Folk Quartet (or "MFQ") were an American folk music revival group that formed in the early 1960s. Originally emphasizing acoustic instruments and group harmonies, they performed extensively and recorded two albums. In 1965, as the Modern Folk Quintet, they ventured into electric folk rock and recorded with producers Phil Spector and Jack Nitzsche. Although MFQ received a fair amount of exposure, their rock-oriented recordings failed to capture their sound or generate enough interest and they disbanded in 1966.
|A2||Time's A Gettin' Hard|
|A4||And All The While|
|A5||In The Hills Of Shiloh|
|A6||Hold The Fort|
|B2||St. Clair's Defeat|
|B3||The Little House|
- Liner Notes – Alex Hassilev
- Performer – Chip Douglas, Cyrus Faryar, Tad Diltz*, Jerry Yester
- Photography By [Cover] – Barry Feinstein
NotesMade in U.S.A. Promo labels.
First catalog number on back sleeve and labels, second on front sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 8895 1D
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 8896 1C
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 8895
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 8896
|W 1546||The Modern Folk Quartet||Changes (LP)||Warner Bros. Records||W 1546||Canada||Unknown|
|CCM-524||The Modern Folk Quartet||Changes (CD, Album)||WBC Record Company||CCM-524||US||2005|
|WS 8157||The Modern Folk Quartet||Changes (LP)||Warner Bros. Records||WS 8157||UK||1964|
|W 1546||The Modern Folk Quartet||Changes (LP, TP)||Warner Bros. Records||W 1546||UK||1964|
|WS 1546||The Modern Folk Quartet||Changes (LP)||Warner Bros. Records||WS 1546||US||1964|