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  • These files are here for your listening enjoyment all are from out of print non-reissued spoken word and audio gems from my own vinyl collection. If for any reason any of the files posted are infringing or creating a problem please let me know and i will remove them forth with or somethin' like that most importantly this site is about enjoying music and all are encouraged to LISTEN TO & BUY MUSIC SUPPORT ARTISTS AND DO NOT HOT LINK TO MY FILES IT IS NOT COOL. Thanks and have FUN Oh Yea One more thing I've switched to "approve comments" mode for the time being as these bad vibes all round type places like to spam some of my posts so it might be a day or two until your comments appear Thanks for Understanding
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Thank you SO much, Gerb, for posting this! Every since I lost my 8-TRACK copy of this rare soundtrack, I have been trying to replace it. The personell on this album is just unbelievable- The Band, Peter Yarrow, The Electric Flag, Tiny Tim... It's hard to believe it's never been rereleased. IMO "The Wabe" is one fine pop song and Tiny Tim singing "I got You Babe" - it's the definitive version!

Record Brother Rules!

And thanx for the link to my site!


Amazing stuff! Very witty and brilliant, and I love the way the album flows. I've heard this version of "I Got You Babe" on something called the Annoying Music Show album. I think it was described as Tiny Tim and a young Bob Dylan in the liner notes, But I guess that must have been a joke. I guess it doesn't really sound like him, but you never know.


Oh Bless you Brother. Like the above poster, all I had was an 8-track, which although I did possess, dared not play for fear of stretching and breaking the damned thing.

Having lived through and seen some of the stuff in the film. this recording is one I've been searching for for some time. "My Name is Jack" has rattled in my brain for twenty-six years and now is zipping around my ears in escape.

You will be rewarded. Do you have a copy of "The Devil's Anvil", produced by Felix Papplardi in 1968? If not I will burn you a copy....


This is great but do you have artist info, like who does what track, who's playing the Moog, etc?


Great post, thanks! You Are... has been on my longtime must-hear list due to John Simon's wonderfully oddball "My Name Is Jack."


It was issued in Japan a couple of years back on CD. it is truely a beautiful thing.


My friend played one song for me and I fell in love with it!

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