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GUEST,Lin Release Dates of Folk LPs 1960's 1970's (37) RE: Release Dates of Folk LPs 1960's 1970's 11 Jan 16


Thanks everyone for your help.

UPDATED LIST: STILL SEARCHING FOR RELEASE DATES FOR THE FOLLOWING LPS.

1. JUDY HILL - "THE FOLK SOUNDS OF ATLANTS PRESENTS THE VERSATILE VOICE OF JUDY HILL - CRITERIA RECORDS - 196?

2. IGUANA COFFEEHOUSE - UNICORN RECORDS - 196?
(Various Artists - Washington D.C.)
Note: All unknown names - probably just local folk singers in the area)

3. KATHY KEENAN - "WE NEED MORE LOVE" - JEREE RECORDS
Note: Have been given two possible years as 1967 or 1968.
If anyone is able to determine EXACT year (and source) please post.

4. THE SIMMONS FAMILY - "WANDERING THROUGH THE RACKENSACK"
TRADITIONAL RECORDS - 197?
Some of the main Singers/musicians are: Tommy Simmons, Jean Simmons and young girl - daughter - Pam Simmons.
Kind of old-timey Appalachian (spelling?) folk.

5. WALT ROONEY - "BALLADS" - "LAUDIO RECORDS - 197?
*Note: He does a nice cover of "Time In a Bottle"
and great original song called, "Time Is A Memory"

6. THE WESTBURY TRIO - SELF PRODUCED LP - 196?
Singers are: Martha Bray, Corry Royer and Stephen Askins on guitar.

This is an update of LPs from my original list.
These small record companies are long gone.

THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR HELP!


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