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Al Kooper - 1972 - A Possible Projection of the Future


A Possible Projection of the Future / Childhood's End is Al Kooper's fifth album, recorded for and released by Columbia Records in 1972. Begun with a vague storyline that failed to survive beyond the two title tracks, the album was recorded in London, England at George Martin's AIR Studios with one outtake from New York City (You're A Woman). Six original tracks were surrounded were covers by Bob Dylan ("The Man in Me", which Kooper had originally produced), Smokey Robinson ("Swept For You Baby") and even Jimmy Cliff ("Please Tell Me Why"). The album cover showed Kooper as an eighty-year-old man, bespectacled and clutching a Fender Jaguar guitar.

01 - Possible Projection Of The Future
02 - The Man In Me
03 - Fly On
04 - Please Tell Me Why
05 - The Monkey Time
06 - Let Your Love Shine
07 - Swept For You Baby
08 - Bended Knees
09 - Love Trap
10 - Childhood's End

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