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8 thoughts on “ An Incredible State Of Affairs - Brewer And Shipley - Down In L.A. (Reel-To-Reel, Album)

  1. Tarkio is the third album by Brewer & Shipley. Released in , the album yielded the hit singles "One Toke Over the Line" and "Tarkio Road." The title came about when they left California in returning to the Midwest, this time to Kansas City, Missouri, where they played college towns in Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, and Kansas.
  2. Brewer & Shipley are an American folk rock duo who enjoyed their peak success in the late s through the s, consisting of singer-songwriters Mike Brewer (born in ) and Tom Shipley (born in ). They were known for their intricate guitar work, vocal harmonies, and socially conscious lyrics which reflected the concerns of their generation — especially the Vietnam War, and the.
  3. Down In L.A. is a great album that has its own beautiful and unique Brewer & Shipley sound, and after almost 44 years, this lost classic album has finally been released on CD. Down In L.A. Jukebox.
  4. Brewer and Shipley are primarily remembered for the mega-hit "One Toke Over the Line," which is a pleasant, if unremarkable song. Before their rise to fame, they had recorded one album for the A&M label, "Down in L.A." I purchased the album when it came out, loved it, and have waited since the early s for someone to re-issue it on CD/5(25).
  5. Jun 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - 07 - Brewer & Shipley - Down in L.A. - An Incredible State of Affairs YouTube Brewer And Shipley - One Toke Over The Line (Rare Original Music Video Clip) - .
  6. Song information for An Incredible State of Affairs - Brewer & Shipley on AllMusic Brewer & Shipley An Incredible State of Affairs. Appears On Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Brewer & Shipley. Down in L.A. A&M: AllMusic.
  7. An interesting album ending. Get to know this album and you will find it impossible to believe that Brewer & Shipley did not turn out to be one of the leading acts in pop/folk music in the seventies. Their (physical) move away from the L.A. music scene to Kansas City, Missouri in the early seventies might have something to do with this.

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