‘Tear Down The Walls’ (1964) mixes some (now) folk standards such as Bonnie Dobson‘s “Morning Dew” and traditional songs like “Lonesome Valley” and “I Know You Rider”. The most of the songs belong to Fred Neil while Vince Martin brought a great deal of talent and fresh ideas to the collaboration, not to mention his association with John Sebastian [The Lovin’ Spoonful] and Felix Pappalardi [The Young Rascals and later Mountain]. The ‘Bleecker & MacDougal (1965) songs where much covered in the sixties like; “Blues on the Ceiling,” (The Bintangs), “The Other Side To This Life,” (Jefferson Airplane) and “Candy Man” (Roy Orbison). Fred Neil was one-of-a-kind singer, with a soul-searing, gravelly voice and fingers that picked one of the meanest blues guitars in folk.
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