Category Archives: Baroque Pop

EMITT RHODES – Farewell to Paradise – (Dunhill) – 1973

I have commented on Rhodes' other albums on this blog. There you will also find biographical detail on him. He, like Nick Drake, has come to venerated after the fact. A cult hero for music hipsters to rally around. Unlike … Continue reading

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EMITT RHODES – The American Dream- (A&M) – 1971

By way of biography check what I have said about Emitt Rhodes on this blog in the past and refer to the links below. Emitt Rhodes … one of the great unheralded (though cultishly popular) singers of the 60s and … Continue reading

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HARRY NILSSON – Knnillssonn – (RCA) – 1977

I started another Nilsson entry on this blog with a "Nilsson is a genius" statement. Check out that entry for reasons why and biographical detail. I would like to be short as this "comment" is a rush job of sorts. … Continue reading

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HARRY NILSSON – Sandman – (RCA) – 1975

  Nilsson is a genius.   That’s a full stop at the end of that line.   That’s not where the one sentence exclamatory lines stop.   Like every genius, Nilsson has put out his shit.   I don’t think … Continue reading

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