Finding McKendree Spring fans was hard to do even when they were an active group. They did manage to hang around long enough to make seven albums. I have heard all but one and I contend this is by far their best. On their first few albums they were known to cover a couple of classics. On Second Thoughts they do a superior version of James Taylor's "Fire & Rain" and a rousing rendition of Eric Andersen's relatively obscure anti-war epic "What was Gained". The additions of drums on several tracks was a step forward from their debut album.
Spring Suite from McKendree Spring (1973) (LP). This is a scan done by us, but as we have often several items in stock, it may be from a different item. Spring Suite (Gatefold). Easier Things Have Been DoneMcKendree Spring. Because It's Time, Oh Now My FriendMcKendree Spring. Down By The RiverMcKendree Spring.
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McKendree Spring is a progressive folk-rock band, active mainly in the early 1970s. The band consisted of Fran McKendree (vocals and guitar), their first bass player was Larry Tucker (shown in the picture) then Fred Holman took over bass, Dr. Michael Dreyfuss (electric violin, viola, Moog, Arp, Mellotron), Martin Slutsky (electric guitar). Christopher Bishop replaced Holman on bass as of the 1973 release Spring Suite. In addition, Dave Morrison (harmonica) also played on the live album. In the summer of 2010, Christopher Bishop (bass and vocals) rejoined the group for the recording of 5 songs for "McKendree Spring: Recording No. 9". This recording also featured Alan Stoker (als), Paul Hollowell (keys) and Fred Mollin (synth). 2015 on DVD as McKendree Spring: Times Like These.
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Spring Suite" was McKendree Spring's 5th album, and probably their best. The songwriting is more distinctive than on earlier albums, and the addition of Moog and piano to the sound made it more interesting and varied. The record seems to have a very loose concept about thoughts and feelings that people goes through in the time from winter to spring. It opens with the instrumental "Equinox" that is driven forward by acoustic guitar, electric wah-wah guitar and of course Dreyfuss' violin.
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