Kendra Steiner Editions (Bill Shute)

February 23, 2021

Greenwood, Curlee & Clyde – One Time, One Place (1972)

Filed under: Uncategorized — kendrasteinereditions @ 12:01 pm

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St. Paul, Minnesota, 1972

I had a dream once that I was in Ojai, California in the mid-to-late 70’s, having followed a lady who was eight or ten years older (I would have been around 20) out there, one who’d offered me a place to stay and some kind of work at a store she co-owned that sold candles, crystals, and what would later be called Aromatherapy items, along with incense, cassettes of New Age music (though it was not called that at the time), etc. I thought that perhaps I could hear a talk from Krishnamurti while I was in the area, but alas, he was overseas on a lecture tour during the period in the dream, so that did not happen. She and I would go out to a local coffeehouse each weekend (there were 4 or 5 in the area) to catch live music, while she networked with people between sets to promote the store. The band playing at the coffee house–and in the dream it seemed as though one or two of them were also workers there–sounded very much like GREENWOOD, CURLEE & CLYDE. Make yourself an espresso and burn some incense at about 9 pm some evening, dim the lights, and put this album on….and perhaps we can re-create my dream with YOU in it too.

  1. Changes [0:00​] , 2. One Time One Place [4:54​] , 3. Little Willy [8:38​] , 4. Sitting At The Crossroads [12:57​] , 5. Wandering [17:09​] , 6. Kind Woman [21:49​] , 7. Brother Song [24:30​] , 8. One Little Man [31:30​] , 9. Christmas Song [38:51​] , 10. Together [43:24​]

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