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$850.00

Jeremy Dormouse - Toad

Format: LP
Label: private T-13
Year: 1968
Origin: Ontario
Genre: folk, psych, acid
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Value of Original Title: $850.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
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Playlist: Top 1000 Canadian Albums of All Time, Top 50 Collector Albums, Most Valuable Canadian Music, Rarest Canadian Music, Primitive Cover Artwork, 1960's, Canadian Psych, Ontario

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Baby Blue
Young Face
High Flying Bird
Portrait for Marianne
Just to Hear the Bells
Sometimes You Ain't Got Nothin Boy
By the Way

Side 2

Track Name
I Need a Friend
Suzanne
Believe Me
October Morning
Small Man
Who Do You Love
Apple Annie

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Jeremy Dormouse - Toad

Jeremy dormouse toad front %28sealed%29

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Information/Write-up

Dormouse had previously been with a late sixties folk outfit, The Rejects, who also put out an ultra-rare privately-pressed album. He is supported by a range of backing musicians on this horrendously rare privately-pressed album, which was housed in a beautiful silk-screen sleeve. Four of the tracks - Portrait For Marianne, By The Way, October Morning and Apple Annie - were penned by Chris Cuddy, one of the supporting musicians and four others - Young Face, Sometimes You Ain't Got Nothing Boy, Believe Me and Small Man by another, M. Waddington. There are interesting interpretations of Dylan's Baby Blue and Bo Diddley's Who Do You Love, but the highlights of this superb album are the vocals of Reign Ghosts' Linda Squires on High Flying Bird and Leonard Cohen's Suzanne.

J.W. Dormouse: vocals, guitar
Richard Gullison: guitar
David McKay: bass
Linda Squires: vocals
M. Waddington: vocals, guitar

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