LITTLE BOY BLUES - In The Woodland Of Weir (60s acid rock)CD

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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  
2 I'm Ready  
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)
10 Cathedral  
11 Is Love  
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  
18 The Fox