Sunday, October 28, 2007

by redsuffolk #2

Bob & Carole Pegg "He Came From The Mountains" ā€1971

redsuffolk said...
This is a Mr. Fox album in everything but name, and was released in 1971

1 Rise Up Jock
2 The Scorpion Departs But Never Returns
3 Lord Of The Dance
4 He Came From The Mountains
5 Love Song Number 2
6 Jimmy's Letters
7 Angeline
8 Susan's Song


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Many thanks for this gem.
It's really Mr. Fox

29 October, 2007 00:18  
Anonymous Manila said...

Wow! You came up trumps again! This is so rare. A brilliant post. Thanks again, redsuffolk! :-)))

29 October, 2007 02:31  
Anonymous streaker said...

Thanks for this one

29 October, 2007 03:12  
Blogger newelectricmuse said...

Wow! This is rare! Really looking forward to hearing this - I always enjoy hearing anything by either or both of these Peggs. Their original songs are nearly always excellent, often quirky and at their best full of a brooding atmosphere. I also like their voices, which always seem to suit their material. Thanks again Redsuffolk!

P.S. If you like this you may want to go over to El Camaleon for an early Spriguns rarity - here's the link in case you want to post it, Lizardson

29 October, 2007 04:57  
Anonymous arbor said...

I've been wanting to hear this forever thanks

29 October, 2007 08:17  
Blogger GeoX said...

Oh man. Too cool.

29 October, 2007 21:19  
Blogger ge said...

Mighty cool--the title song is so infectious one sings along by the final choruses on the first listen!...masterful simplicity--2 acoustics, 3-4 chords, 3 voices, a nice enigmatic story told [that reminds me a little of Eno's 'Here He Comes' off B&A Science

The Ochs cover is inspired too, drawing out the piece's traditional qualities and likely befuddling many a listener expecting straight-trad.

31 October, 2007 05:53  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey freaky folkers! I was really psyched to see this posted, as I really dig the Mr. Fox stuff. But I'm having trouble getting it. I've tried to download it twice now......the folder comes through, but when I try to open it I get a msg saying "Folder could not be opened because you do not have sufficient access privileges." This has never happened before, and I've downloaded many of the gems Lizardson has posted. Anyone got a fix for me? Thanks!---EeeGee

04 November, 2007 09:23  
Blogger Lizardson said...

alt zip for EeeGee

04 November, 2007 09:52  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you much, Lizardson. You've made this hippy very very happy. Can't wait to give this a listen. If there were a Nobel Prize for Benevolent Use of Technology to Spread Joy & Preserve Endangered Counter-Cultures, surely you would win!
Warm wishes from NYC!---EeeGee

04 November, 2007 12:13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A really nice record....with more of a nod to Ol'Timey American folk & country than on the "official" Mr. Fox records. Thanks again, Lizardson, for the "special handling"---I didn't even know this album existed and I'm really happy for the occasion to hear it.

06 November, 2007 05:25  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

great to find this album on your blog. i bought it when it came out and my group of friends loved it. we were all into prog folk and folk rock then. even had our own band - the badger band, a kind of isb/forest thing. anyway i lost the lp years ago during a move.
i have downloaded the rar file but am now being asked to provide a password. can anyone tell me what it is please.
there is a fantastic selection of folky music on your blog and i must have owned or heard quite a lot of the lps in my dim and distant youth.
may the long time sun shine on you...

11 December, 2007 02:53  

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