David sinclair take my hand

$75.00

Sinclair, David - Take My Hand

Format: LP
Label: SGM LPS 102
Year: 1973
Origin: Vancouver, British Columbia
Genre: folk, psych
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Value of Original Title: $75.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  http://www.regeneratorrecords.com/?pg=davidsinclair
Playlist: Top 1000 Canadian Albums of All Time, British Columbia, 1970's, Canadian Psych, Canadian Folk, SGM Records

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Take My Hand
Livin' in the Country
Baby You Do
Hello There
This Time Around

Side 2

Track Name
A Tale of Raven
Three Hour Ride
Lord It's All Around
Ridin' Home
To Know You

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Information/Write-up

Take My Hand is the ultimate Canadian Private Pressing LP from 1973, West Coast Folk-Rock-Psych sytlings with sudden tempo shifts from mellow dreamy acoustic with occasional female backing vocals to sudden bursts of electric guitar wailing. The album also has a couple of great downer tracks with sparse arrangements. Highlights include: “A Tale Of Raven” “To Know You” “Three Hour Ride” and “This Time Around”. Canadian Singer-singwriter style music with some psych direction, and a strong and very pleasant West Coast feel. Fans of David Wiffen and Vernon Wray would greatly enjoy.

Originally recorded in 1973 by Stan Cayer for SGM Records, David Sinclair's psych/folk release Take My Hand has been re-mastered from the original 2 track mix with seven added rare bonus tracks. David learned the studio game by hanging out while Stan worked his genius and soon found himself playing on sessions. He went on to be a top studio guitarist and singer in the Vancouver scene, opening on tour for The Poppy Family. He was a member of Sunshyne, the group that went on to become Prism and later had hits with Straight Lines and Body Electric. Much in demand as a guitarist, he played K.D. Lang's live shows and for years travelled with Sara Mclachlan during the Fumbling Towards Ecstasy and Lilith Fair tours.

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