Includes an insert with liner notes by the band's leader Stephen Cohen, as well as some nice pictures
This is the second album from Oregon's The Tree People, the late '70s Oregon-based predecessors to the ongoing new hippie folk movement in the USA.
You already know about their 1979 debut album and you know it's a masterpiece, but did you know about their second album recorded in 1984? Surely not, especially because it was a cassette-only release with a very short print-run.
The sound quality on this reissue is splendid, and the music itself is equally as good, if not better than, their self-titled debut and is a real must for any folk and psych-folk lover. Acoustic guitars, subtle percussion, pastoral flute work and some warm vocals make The Tree People's music absolutely ahead of its time. A real beauty!
|A4||Things Fall Apart|
|B4||If That's Entertainment|