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The New Hobbits - Back From Middle Earth (1969) [Reissue 2004]

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The New Hobbits - Back From Middle Earth (1969) [Reissue 2004]

The New Hobbits - Back From Middle Earth (1969) [Reissue 2004]
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 57.36 Mb | Scans | Time: 23:41
Genre: Rock, Classic Rock, Psychedelic Rock, AM Pop | Label: Radioactive Records | Cat.№: RRCD021

'Back from Middle Earth', The Hobbit's third & most rare psychedelic recording, appeared in 1969 on Hobbit-supremo Jimmy Curtiss' Perception label. 'Back From Middle Earth' is a solid '60s pop album which highlights the vocal talents of Curtiss & session-singer Gini Eastwood & is completely free of any reference to Curtiss' doo-wop past, as indeed are the three heavily psych-influenced 45s Curtiss produced (he also co-wrote two of the tracks) for Decca stable-mates The Bag in 1968.

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Track Listing

1. You Could Have Made It Easy (3:09)
2. Grown Old (2:53)
3. I Could Hear The Grass Growin' (2:49)
4. Comin' Out (2:14)
5. The Devils Gonna Get Me (2:07)
6. Underground (2:35)
7. Love Can Set You Free (2:59)
8. Flora (2:50)
9. Woman So Worried (2:05)

The New Hobbits - Back From Middle Earth (1969) [Reissue 2004]

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Back From Middle Earth, The Hobbit’s third and rarest psychedelic recording, appeared in 1969 on Hobbit-supremo Jimmy Curtiss’ Perception label, an imprint that bizarrely was to include Dizzy Gillespie, Shirley Horn, Tyrone Washington, Johnny Hartman, Astrud Gilberto and even Jimmy Lunceford amongst its alumnists. Although The Hobbits owed their name to the writings of Tolkien, there was little of The Shire about their music, which Curtiss described as “vocals with instrumental accompaniment”, with the emphasis very much on sophisticated harmonies reminiscent of contemporaries such as The Cowsills and Jay And The Americans. Curtiss made his recording debut as Jimmy Curtiss & The Regents in the late ‘50s, but surprisingly Return To Middle Earth is a solid ‘60s pop album which highlights the vocal talents of Curtiss and session-singer Gini Eastwood and is completely free of any references to Curtiss’ doowop past, as indeed are the three heavily psych-influenced 45s Curtiss produced (he also co-wrote two of the tracks) for Decca stable-mates The Bag in 1968. Exactly why The Hobbits changed their name to The New Hobbits is unclear, but this may, along with the album’s release on Perception (the band’s two previous efforts had both appeared on Decca) go some way to explaining why the album remained largely unknown (many Psych collectors have never seen a copy of the album), and consequently is so highly sought after today.

(review taken from blueorchardrecords.com)

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New Hobbits, Classic Rock, Psychedelic Rock, AM Pop, 1969, 2004

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