“Mixed Bag” by Richie Havens - album review

TJR says

Arriving in February, 1967, was the debut LP from this soulful Folkie, landing somewhere between Bob Dylan and Tim Buckley, with his thoughtful lyrics and earnest playing. Although he'd been a Greenwich scenester since the 1950s, he was a late starter when it came to picking up guitar, aged 36 when this long-player was first issued, and the instantly mature sound of the record suggests this was a positive.

The Jukebox Rebel
01-Sep-2009

A1 [03:37] 6.4.png Richie Havens - High Flyin’ Bird (Billy Edd Wheeler) Folk Rock / Americana
A2 [02:50] 4.2.png Richie Havens - I Can’t Make It Anymore (Gordon Lightfoot) Songwriter
A3 [02:20] 7.2.png Richie Havens - Morning, Morning (Tuli Kupferberg) Songwriter
A4 [03:37] 6.2.png Richie Havens - Adam (Richie Havens) Folk Rock / Americana
A5 [06:24] 7.9.png Richie Havens - Follow (Jerry Merrick) Folk
B1 [02:17] 6.2.png Richie Havens - Three Day Eternity (Richie Havens) Songwriter
B2 [03:14] 4.4.png Richie Havens - Sandy (Jean Pierre Cousineau) Jazz
B3 [03:56] 7.7.png Richie Havens - Handsome Johnny (Richie Havens, Lou Gossett) Folk
B4 [02:33] 4.5.png Richie Havens - San Francisco Bay Blues (Jesse Fuller) Jazz
B5 [04:49] 7.2.png Richie Havens - Just Like A Woman (Robert Zimmerman) Songwriter
B6 [02:42] 6.4.png Richie Havens - Eleanor Rigby [album version ’67] (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) Jazz




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