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A Song for Me

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Download links and information about A Song for Me by The Family. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:06:50 minutes.

Artist: The Family
Release date: 1970
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:06:50
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Drowned In Wine 4:09
2. Some Poor Soul 2:44
3. Love Is a Sleeper 4:01
4. Stop for the Traffic - Through the Heart of Me 2:12
5. Wheels 4:38
6. Song for Sinking Lovers 4:06
7. Hey - Let It Rock 1:00
8. The Cat and the Rat 2:29
9. 93's OK J 3:58
10. A Song for Me 9:15
11. No Mule's Fool (Bonus Track) 3:11
12. Good Friend of Mine (Bonus Track) 3:30
13. Drowned In Wine (Live) (Bonus Track) 4:08
14. The Cat and the Rat (Live) (Bonus Track) 2:47
15. Wheels (Live) (Bonus Track) 6:44
16. A Song for Me (Live) (Bonus Track) 7:58

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Twenty seven years after the fact, this might well be the best of the early Family recordings. A combination of hard rock (bordering on metal) and wistful folk-rock (it sounds as if Chapman and Whitney were listening to a lot of Incredible String Band), A Song for Me veers toward early progressive rock, but isn't as nakedly indulgent as some early prog-rock recordings (e.g., they didn't try to sound like a jazz band, they wanted to sound like a rock band screwing around with jazz). Perhaps their most experimental record, it seems as though the credo in making this disc was that anything went. And on tracks like "Drowned in Wine," it works quite well. Again, Chapman offers more proof of his vocal greatness, and again the record sells large quantities in England and nearly nothing in America.