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The Free Spirits - 1966 - Out Of Sight And Sound

The Free Spirits were an American band who have been credited for being the first ever jazz-rock group. The band also incorporated elements of psychedelic rock, pop, and garage rock. The band formed in New York as a jazz outfit and each member of the band (excluding rhythm guitar player Columbus "Chip" Baker) had a background in the music. According to the band's drummer, Bob Moses, it was the band's lead guitar player, Larry Coryell, who helped turn the group on to more rock  oriented music. The band played several times in a New York club called the Scene, but the band made very little money from the shows, getting paid only ten dollars as a group per night. The band also got to perform shows with such acts as Mitch Ryder and The Rascals.

01 - Don't Look Now
02 - I'm Gonna Be Free
03 - LBOD
04 - Sunday Telephone
05 - Blue Water Mother
06 - Girl Of The Mountain
07 - Cosmic Daddy Dancer
08 - Bad News Cat
09 - Storm
10 - Early Mornin Fear
11 - Angles Can't Be True
12 - Tattoo Man
13 - I Feel A Song

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