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1. Tony, Caro & John "Sally free And Easy" Compilation 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


2. Tony, Caro & John "My Grandfather's Clock" 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


3. Tony, Caro & John "Swirling Sphere" Compilation 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


4. Tony, Caro & John "Bye Bye i Love You" 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


5. Tony, Caro & John "Pretty Saro" Compilation 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


6. Tony, Caro & John "Fountain of Snow" Compilation 1972-1977 Compilations recordings UK Acid Psych Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


7. Tony, Caro & John "Ton Ton Macoutes" Compilation 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


8. Tony, Caro & John "Reels (live)" 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk

  • Duration: 191
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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


9. Tony, Caro & John "Children of Plenty"Compilation 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


10. Tony, Caro & John "Brigg Fair"1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Folk

  • Duration: 171
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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


11. Tony, Caro & John"Where The Elephants Go to Die" 1972-1977 recordings UK Psych Acid Folk

  • Duration: 136
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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


12. Tony, Caro & John "All On the First Day (alt. take)" Compilation 1972-1977 recordings UK Psych Acid Folk

  • Duration: 429
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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


13. Tony, Caro & John "Home" Compilation 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk

  • Duration: 140
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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


14. Tony, Caro & John"Forever and Ever" Compilation 1972-1977 recording UK Acid Folk

  • Duration: 210
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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song. Current Activity Now living in Texas, Tony continues to write songs, and between 2006 and 2010 recorded 13 new tracks which were finalized in 2010 in Rod Jones’ studio in France. This collection, "Fall Away Like Leaves" by Tony Dore and Friends, was released digitally in 2011 by Gaarden Records of Baltimore. Gaarden have also reissued "All on the First Day" as limited editions on green and maroon vinyl and are planning a digital release of rare Tony, Caro and John outtakes and live tracks............


15. Tony, Caro & John "The Road to Avalon"1972-1977 Recorded live at Collegiate Theatre,London UK Psych Acid Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html "Fans of the classic 1972 acid folk LP All On The First Day by Tony Caro & John rejoice! Yes, if you have one of the hundred or so copies of the original UK private press (with the hand-spray-painted cover, then you are probably a millionaire), or you purchased the ultra-limited Shadoks label reissue with EP in 2001, or the Gaarden records reissue of said reissue (if not, pressing two is still available, folks), there is still more! Drag City Records, Gaarden Records, and Galactic Zoo Disk have united forces to bring you Blue Clouds, a collection of the band's outtakes, rarities and live recordings spanning 1972 --1977. There are full band head-rockers here as well as quiet, stripped down home recordings-- plus a little drum machine sprinkled among the folky whimsy. Even casual fans of 60s psychedelic folkiness will enjoy this odds and sods compilation, as it stands up as a 'great lost album' (do we even need mention that the trendy popsters Beach House ripped off a tune from TCJ's Tony Dore? ah, probably not) and certainly serious fans of English pastoral folk like Incredible String Band, Bert Jansch, Left-Handed Marriage, The Holyground collective, Dr. Strangely Strange, Forest, etc. will need to grip this fast."...... Tony Caro & John released an album of pretty impeccable UK psych folk pop in 1972 titled All On The First Day. It was originally very hard to come by, but after a couple of reissues you can find your way to adding this record to your collection pretty simply. Lucky for us though – the kind folk over at Drag City have gotten together and compiled an LP of rarities and outtakes from around the same period called Blue Clouds. It’s being released early this November and we can safely say that it’ll find itself perfectly in your Winter listening pile. The melodious British trio lean more toward the Fairport Convention side of things in this new compiliation – and it has us pretty excited. You can preview a track from it below and click further for the whole tracklist. Drag City is always one of our favorite labels around – but this one is pushing them over the top. Thanks, guys… Band History Multi-instrumentalist Tony Dore and bassist John Clark were childhood friends in Derby, England, and played together on both the rock and folk circuit. After university they reunited in 1970, when John came to London to join Tony and Caroline (Caro), who had played university folk clubs together. "All on the First Day" was made in 1972 with almost no budget and primitive equipment, recorded on Clark's 2-track; they could overdub in mono only by re-recording the backing track at the same time. They self-pressed the LP in an edition of only 100 copies, with the home-grown nature of the product emphasized by individually spray-painted covers. Expanding the band lineup with Simon Burrett on lead guitar, Jonny Owen on Harmonica and Rod Jones on keyboards, Tony, Caro and John continued on the college circuit for a little while under the name "Forever and Ever" but the gigging stopped in the late seventies, when families and careers took precedence. The band continued to jam together, and to record in Clark’s by now, multi-track studio. Then in 2001, Tony Dore was contacted by Shadoks Music in Germany, when it transpired that there was an underground following for the "All on the First Day" album, and copies were changing hands for substantial sums of money. The band agreed that Shadoks could produce a limited release of vinyl albums from the original master, and at the same time release the album on CD. The release included five bonus tracks recorded around the time of "All on the First Day". Almost simultaneously the band released some of the studio tracks recorded since "All on the First Day", as the limited edition CD-R album "Retrospect" under the "Forever and Ever" band name. This can be obtained from the "Forever and Ever" website (see below). Sadly, bassist John Clark died in 2005. Following the wider release of the band’s material, one of Dore’s compositions “The Snowdon Song” was covered by the successful indie duo Beach House, on their eponymously titled 2006 debut album. Although given a different title (Lovelier Girl), Beach House do not dispute authorship of the song.


16. Tony, Caro & John"Homecoming" 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk

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Tony, Caro & John

Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html One of the rarest acid folk items (100 were pressed at that time) was this album by Tony, Caro & John, which was reissued on LP first a couple of years ago, but now got its official re-release on CD with liner notes, pictures and several bonus tracks. The whole album was recorded on a tape recorder with 2 tracked mono channels. Also this album has all the elements of the magical UK folk years, with acoustic guitars, bass, handpercussion and male/female vocal harmonies and singing, with some small parts of violin, various reverbs, electric wahwah guitar touches. Those persons who like Agincourt, and groups like that have a serious chew here. Because the album was re-released on LP I gave it another listen and I must say I was surprised again by its quality of inspiration. There must have been a real special moment, atmosphere and even love affair haven been going on listening to to the songs and arrangements. There’s also a feeling of freedom with a few arrangements that crosses the edge of the obvious with creative solutions that are slightly funny but that firs so well and serious too. A happy energy there is. The female backing vocalist makes the association we get with Incredible String Band a bit stronger, but this still is a unique setting and moment of something magical happening. It worked and it’s saved on record ! At the first listens I had a few favourite songs, but now I see something of the same qualities, elements and association on each moment of the album. Recommended!…………


17. Tony Caro & John "Children Of Plenty" 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk

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Tony Caro & John

Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed One of the rarest acid folk items (100 were pressed at that time) was this album by Tony, Caro & John, which was reissued on LP first a couple of years ago, but now got its official re-release on CD with liner notes, pictures and several bonus tracks. The whole album was recorded on a tape recorder with 2 tracked mono channels. Also this album has all the elements of the magical UK folk years, with acoustic guitars, bass, handpercussion and male/female vocal harmonies and singing, with some small parts of violin, various reverbs, electric wahwah guitar touches. Those persons who like Agincourt, and groups like that have a serious chew here. Because the album was re-released on LP I gave it another listen and I must say I was surprised again by its quality of inspiration. There must have been a real special moment, atmosphere and even love affair haven been going on listening to to the songs and arrangements. There’s also a feeling of freedom with a few arrangements that crosses the edge of the obvious with creative solutions that are slightly funny but that firs so well and serious too. A happy energy there is. The female backing vocalist makes the association we get with Incredible String Band a bit stronger, but this still is a unique setting and moment of something magical happening. It worked and it’s saved on record ! At the first listens I had a few favourite songs, but now I see something of the same qualities, elements and association on each moment of the album. Recommended!…………


18. Tony Caro & John "Forever And Ever" 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk

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Tony Caro & John

Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html One of the rarest acid folk items (100 were pressed at that time) was this album by Tony, Caro & John, which was reissued on LP first a couple of years ago, but now got its official re-release on CD with liner notes, pictures and several bonus tracks. The whole album was recorded on a tape recorder with 2 tracked mono channels. Also this album has all the elements of the magical UK folk years, with acoustic guitars, bass, handpercussion and male/female vocal harmonies and singing, with some small parts of violin, various reverbs, electric wahwah guitar touches. Those persons who like Agincourt, and groups like that have a serious chew here. Because the album was re-released on LP I gave it another listen and I must say I was surprised again by its quality of inspiration. There must have been a real special moment, atmosphere and even love affair haven been going on listening to to the songs and arrangements. There’s also a feeling of freedom with a few arrangements that crosses the edge of the obvious with creative solutions that are slightly funny but that firs so well and serious too. A happy energy there is. The female backing vocalist makes the association we get with Incredible String Band a bit stronger, but this still is a unique setting and moment of something magical happening. It worked and it’s saved on record ! At the first listens I had a few favourite songs, but now I see something of the same qualities, elements and association on each moment of the album. Recommended!…………


19. Tony Caro & John‎ "Eclipse Of The Moon" 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk

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Tony Caro & John‎

Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html One of the rarest acid folk items (100 were pressed at that time) was this album by Tony, Caro & John, which was reissued on LP first a couple of years ago, but now got its official re-release on CD with liner notes, pictures and several bonus tracks. The whole album was recorded on a tape recorder with 2 tracked mono channels. Also this album has all the elements of the magical UK folk years, with acoustic guitars, bass, handpercussion and male/female vocal harmonies and singing, with some small parts of violin, various reverbs, electric wahwah guitar touches. Those persons who like Agincourt, and groups like that have a serious chew here. Because the album was re-released on LP I gave it another listen and I must say I was surprised again by its quality of inspiration. There must have been a real special moment, atmosphere and even love affair haven been going on listening to to the songs and arrangements. There’s also a feeling of freedom with a few arrangements that crosses the edge of the obvious with creative solutions that are slightly funny but that firs so well and serious too. A happy energy there is. The female backing vocalist makes the association we get with Incredible String Band a bit stronger, but this still is a unique setting and moment of something magical happening. It worked and it’s saved on record ! At the first listens I had a few favourite songs, but now I see something of the same qualities, elements and association on each moment of the album. Recommended!…………


20. Tony Caro & John‎ "The Snowdon Song" 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk

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Tony Caro & John‎

Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed watch.................. Tony, Caro & John "Blue Clouds" 2012 CD 1972-1977 recordings UK Acid Psych Folk https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/05/tony-caro-john-blue-clouds-2012-cd-1972.html Tony Caro & John “All On The First Day” 1972 UK Private Psych Acid Folk only 100 copies pressed https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2017/01/tony-caro-john-all-on-first-day-1972-uk.html One of the rarest acid folk items (100 were pressed at that time) was this album by Tony, Caro & John, which was reissued on LP first a couple of years ago, but now got its official re-release on CD with liner notes, pictures and several bonus tracks. The whole album was recorded on a tape recorder with 2 tracked mono channels. Also this album has all the elements of the magical UK folk years, with acoustic guitars, bass, handpercussion and male/female vocal harmonies and singing, with some small parts of violin, various reverbs, electric wahwah guitar touches. Those persons who like Agincourt, and groups like that have a serious chew here. Because the album was re-released on LP I gave it another listen and I must say I was surprised again by its quality of inspiration. There must have been a real special moment, atmosphere and even love affair haven been going on listening to to the songs and arrangements. There’s also a feeling of freedom with a few arrangements that crosses the edge of the obvious with creative solutions that are slightly funny but that firs so well and serious too. A happy energy there is. The female backing vocalist makes the association we get with Incredible String Band a bit stronger, but this still is a unique setting and moment of something magical happening. It worked and it’s saved on record ! At the first listens I had a few favourite songs, but now I see something of the same qualities, elements and association on each moment of the album. Recommended!…………