RAINBOW FFOLLY Sallies Fforth (1968)

Sallies Fforth (1968)
The Laziest Of Reviews

I was looking for some files last week, searching my current “downloads” folder, but couldn’t find what I was after. So, I went to my older “downloads” file, on another drive, where I’ve got stuff as old as the Neil Young box set, and rifled through over 50, un-listened-to things I’d downloaded in the last year. That’s when I discovered an unnamed, even older, “downloads” folder I’d forgotten all about. Lord knows how old it is. It’s where I found this. Read about it here.

She’s Alright (3:42)
I’m So Happy (2:33)
Montgolfier (2:38)
Drive My Car (2:15)
Goodbye (3:54)
Hey You (2:06)
Sun Sing (3:58)
Sun and Sand (4:02)
Labour Exchange (1:56)
They’m (1:56)
No (2:59)
Sighing Game (3:06)
Come or Go (2:57)

7 Comments

  • 1
    Willard
    May 26, 2011 - 09:20 | Permalink

    Search HERE

  • 2
    B
    March 27, 2013 - 18:29 | Permalink

    Hey W; I’ve been looking for this forever. If it’s not too much trouble, is there any chance of a re-up? Thanks so much, as always.

    • 3
      Willard
      March 27, 2013 - 19:09 | Permalink

      New link up, thanks.

  • 4
    B
    April 1, 2013 - 22:46 | Permalink

    Thank you, Capt. How you been.

  • 6
    music is truth.....
    February 15, 2015 - 15:55 | Permalink

    Mr Willard I just wanted to say I REALLY appreciate your time and effort expended on this site. I’m spent a lot of time going through it. First cherry picking and now walking through about all the music post. I’ve gotten to here currently and I’ve lost track of the time, a month? months? Anyway I eat and breath music and I’ve found a lot of great info and music here which is kind of surprising but valid the musical information your so kindly disseminating. You are to be commended but I’m sure the music industry reps wouldn’t agree, regardless awesome. I’ve pass the site on to friend who hopefully realize what a treasure it is. Once again THANKS for all the great info and music, I truly hope your future is unimpeded and blessed. No need to post back, of course I’ll be moving to the next post and probably never see it. I believe Hendrix said music is my religion. We appear to all worship at the same alter. All the best to you sir and your endeavor Sir.

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