Jimmie Spheeris :: Isle of View (Revisited)

Forgotten albums by mellow singer-songwriters of the early 1970s are pretty ubiquitous these days, I know. Especially when it comes to introverted and acoustic-leaning young men who floated under the radar (or too close to the sun) and whose careers took a nose dive in the wake of prog rock and the rise of the Marshall stack. But Jimmie Spheeris’s Isle of View (1970) is an entirely different kind of laid back beast. Imagine a collaboration between Bill Fay, Harry Nilsson, Cat Stevens, and . . .

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