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Hamilton Streetcar - 1969 - Hamilton Streetcar


The Los Angeles-based Hamilton Streetcar were apparently a studio project built around the talents of ex-Appletree Theater mastermind/vocalist John Boylan, singer/guitarist Buzz Clifford (who'd enjoyed an early '60s hit with "Baby Sittin' Boogie") and Ralph Plummer. The trio somehow attracted the attention of the eccentric Lee Hazlewood who promptly signed them to his newly established LHI label. Debuting with 1968's "Invisible People" b/w "Flash", the group managed one follow-up single "Confusion" b/w "Your Own Comedown", before switching to Dot Records.  The group was originally named on behalf of former member John Burge, aka Ian Hamilton.

01 - Overture
02 - Streetcar
03 - Brother Speed
04 - I See I Am
05 - Where Do I Go
06 - Now I Taste The Tears
07 - Welcome Into Your World
08 - Entre Acte
09 - Wouldnt It Be Nice [To Have Wi
10 - Silver Wings
11 - Honey And Wine
12 - Pleasant Street
13 - Wasnt It You

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