Fred Neil - The Dolphins album FLAC
Fred Neil is the second album from Fred Neil, a pioneer folk rock musician. The album has a more laid-back sound than his debut, and contains his best-known songs; "Everybody's Talkin' " and "The Dolphins". It was re-released in 1969 under the title Everybody's Talkin' in response to the international success of the soundtrack of the movie Midnight Cowboy, which made a hit of the new title track for Harry Nilsson
Fred Neil - Fred Neil (Album) Dolphins. D9 D7 D7sus4 D7 This old world may never change. Em AThe way it's been. D9 D7 D7sus4 D7And all the ways of war. Em ACan't change it back again. A D D7 D6 D7For the dolphins in the sea. Em AAnd sometimes I wonder. D9 D7 D7sus4 D7Do you ever think of me. D9 D7 D7sus4 D7 I'm not the one to tell this world. Em A How to get along. D9 D7 D7sus4 D7I only know the peace will come. Em AWhen all hate is gone.
Fred Neil's self-titled second album was a languid and fluid gem that continues to stand outside of time decades later. The beautifully sad, introspective songs of weary modern urban disaffection that Neil brought to these sessions in 1967 are among the best he ever wrote, and the perfectly balanced electric instrumentation suits them to a T. Neil's calm, wearied basso vocals pull things along here at a decidedly unhurried pace, and the songs themselves seem to drift organically into being as he. sings them, until listening to this album begins to feel like floating.
Moody, bluesy, and melodic, Fred Neil was one of the most compelling folk-rockers to emerge from Greenwich Village in the mid-’60s. His albums showcased his extraordinarily low, rich voice on intensely personal and reflective compositions fredneil. com/watch?v KoI2-JK4ZvI. Fred Neil - The Dolphins. Pioneer Folk-Rock Musician, Fred Neil (1966).
Listen free to Fred Neil – The Many Sides Of Fred Neil (The Dolphins, I've Got A Secret (Didn't We Shake Sugaree) and more). For many, the name Fred Neil will be familiar only as that belonging to the songwriter of the modern classic "Everybody's Talkin'," or perhaps "Candyman," "The Dolphins," or "Other Side of This Life," songs that Roy Orbison, Tim Buckley, and the Jefferson Airplane, respectively, recorded. However, Neil's influence extends much farther
fred neil – the dolphins, 04:03. Fred Neil Faretheewell (Fred's Tune).
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|5786||Fred Neil||The Dolphins (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||5786||US||1966|