Their sole album -- made with a revised line-up and originally released in October 1968 -- incorporates jazz, classical and acid-rock influences, and makes its long-overdue return to CD here, complete with all their non-album singles sides.
Includes liner notes.
Formed in Chicago in 1964, The Little Boy Blues soon became local heroes, opening for The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, Paul Revere & The Raiders, and many others. Having played innumerable live dates and appeared on top TV shows, their sound took a psychedelic turn in 1967.
|The Early Singles (1965 - 1971)|
|1||The Great Train Robbery|
|3||I Can Only Give You Everything|
|4||You Don't Love Me|
|5||Season Of The Witch|
|6||Little Boy Blues' Theme|
|7||Look At The Sun|
|8||Love For A Day|
|9||Ain't Too Proud To Beg|
|In The Woodland Of Weir (LP, 1968)|
|12||I'm Hip To You|
|13||Mr. Tripp Wouldn't Listen|
|14||The Death Of Don Quixote|
|15||Jazz Is Love|
|16||It's Only You/Echoes Of "You"|
|17||Dream Weaver/Seed Of Love|