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Rex Foster With Don & Merrily - Roads Of Tomorrow FLAC album

Tracklist

A1 Roads Of Tomorrow
A2 Today's A Sunny Day
A3 Turn The Page Over
A4 In The Spring
A5 Guadalupe River Song
B1 Lighted Window Lady
B2 Lemon Aide Ditty
B3 Busted In The Grass Blues
B4 Don't Throw Your Life Away
B5 Climb
B6 Friend

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Rca
  • Distributed By – Rca

Credits

  • Written-By – R. Foster*, B. Bellamy* (tracks: A5)

Notes

Rex Foster with Don & Merrily.

All songs by Rex Foster except Guadalupe River Song by B.Bellamy and R.Foster.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
90010 Rex Foster With Don* & Merrily* Rex Foster With Don* & Merrily* - Roads Of Tomorrow ‎(LP, Album) Barclay 90010 Canada 1971
BTR0020 Rex Foster Roads Of Tomorrow ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Riverman, Bella Terra Records BTR0020 South Korea 2007
XBLY 80 432 U, 80 432, 80.432 U Rex Foster With Don* & Merrily* Rex Foster With Don* & Merrily* - Roads Of Tomorrow ‎(LP, Album) Barclay, Barclay, Barclay XBLY 80 432 U, 80 432, 80.432 U France 1971

Rex Foster With Don & Merrily - Roads Of Tomorrow FLAC album

Musician performer: Rex Foster

Title: Roads Of Tomorrow

Country: Canada

Date of release: 1971

Style: Folk Rock

Genre: Rock / Folk, World, & Country

Size FLAC: 1800 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 114

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Kardana
In case someone (like myself) was wondering if this entry is correct and a UK pressing does really exist (often, french copies are offered here): I just bought one and the sound is superior to the french one. The label is very similar to the france pressing but has Made in England' instead of 'made in France' on the left label side. By the way: A real masterpiece, along with 'Scarecrow's Journey' by Robin Lent (to which it has obvious similarities), one of the best obscure folk rock records on a major label.
Kardana
In case someone (like myself) was wondering if this entry is correct and a UK pressing does really exist (often, french copies are offered here): I just bought one and the sound is superior to the french one. The label is very similar to the france pressing but has Made in England' instead of 'made in France' on the left label side. By the way: A real masterpiece, along with 'Scarecrow's Journey' by Robin Lent (to which it has obvious similarities), one of the best obscure folk rock records on a major label.
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Lost 1971 folk-rock classic by Rex Foster. Rex Foster began performing in 1963 and writing songs in 1965. One hears Dylan's influence, along with Ray Charles, Joan Baez, Buffy St. Marie, The Beatles, The Byrds, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Big Daddy Tom Donahue and falling in love with Joan's sister, Mimi Farina. Rex's first band Rachael's Children rocked Texas in 1966, before anyone in San Francisco knew what "psychedelic" meant. He came to California, worked with Curt Boettcher, and toured with Medicine Ball Caravan across the United States and Europe with the likes of Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, B.B. King, Hot Tuna, and Rod Stewart and Faces. Rex was an important part of the progressive country uprising during the 1970s, and toured with Merle Haggard in 1976. The cult classic Roads Of Tomorrow album appeared on the famous Barclay Records label in France (only) in 1971.
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Lost 1971 folk-rock classic by Rex Foster. Rex Foster began performing in 1963 and writing songs in 1965. One hears Dylan's influence, along with Ray Charles, Joan Baez, Buffy St. Marie, The Beatles, The Byrds, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Big Daddy Tom Donahue and falling in love with Joan's sister, Mimi Farina. Rex's first band Rachael's Children rocked Texas in 1966, before anyone in San Francisco knew what "psychedelic" meant. He came to California, worked with Curt Boettcher, and toured with Medicine Ball Caravan across the United States and Europe with the likes of Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, B.B. King, Hot Tuna, and Rod Stewart and Faces. Rex was an important part of the progressive country uprising during the 1970s, and toured with Merle Haggard in 1976. The cult classic Roads Of Tomorrow album appeared on the famous Barclay Records label in France (only) in 1971.