Bob Lind“—both the name of the gent who landed a folk hit in 1966 with Elusive Butterflyand the title of a song by Pulp. While a case can be made for both, Lind’s true triumph is his 1970 LP Since There Were Circles, an album that found him backed by Doug Dillard, Bernie Leadon, Gene Clark and a host of others. Something of a folk rock “moment” for those of us who search out this sort of thing, Circles is the kind of understated record whose tracks find themselves peppering roadtrip mixtapes for years to come.

MP3: Bob Lind :: I Love To Sing / Sweet Harriet
MP3: Bob Lind :: Anymore
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One Response to “Bob Lind :: Since There Were Circles”

  1. Great album. Lind’s greatest triumph before his comeback in the 2000s.

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