“Sweetwater” by Sweetwater - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1968Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Debut album from the Jefferson-Airplane-inspired Los Angeleans. Uniquely for their type, they refused to allow electric guitars to be included, giving their work an airy feeling, allowing their sophistication to shine through. Eight of them were involved in creating this interesting blend of proggish-psychedelia: Nansi Nevins (lead vocals), Frank Herrera (bass guitar, backing vocals), August Burns (cello), Elpidio Cobian (congas, percussion), Alan Malarowitz (drums), Albert Moore (flute, backing vocals), R.G. Carlyle (acoustic guitar, bongos, backing vocals), Alex Del Zoppo (keyboards, backing vocals).

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A1 [05:04] 5.7.png Sweetwater - Motherless Child (Traditional) Psychedelia
A2 [02:32] 4.2.png Sweetwater - Here We Go Again (Nancy Nevins) Prog
A3 [02:50] 6.6.png Sweetwater - For Pete’s Sake (Alex Del Zoppo) Folk Rock / Americana
A4 [03:48] 7.9.png Sweetwater - Come Take A Walk (Nancy Nevins) Psychedelia
A5 [04:00] 5.8.png Sweetwater - What’s Wrong (Alex Del Zoppo) Psychedelia
B1 [03:17] 4.7.png Sweetwater - In A Rainbow (Alex Del Zoppo) Folk Rock / Americana
B2 [03:52] 7.0.png Sweetwater - My Crystal Spider (Alex Del Zoppo) Psychedelia
B3 [01:15] 6.2.png Sweetwater - Rondeau (Fred Herrera) Cerebral Pop
B4 [03:56] 5.1.png Sweetwater - Two Worlds (Nancy Nevins) Cerebral Pop
B5 [02:32] 5.0.png Sweetwater - Through An Old Storybook (Alex Del Zoppo) Psychedelia
B6 [03:00] 3.4.png Sweetwater - Why Oh Why (Albert Moore) Folk Rock / Americana

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