Lyman Family / Kindred, Lisa: American Avatar: Love Comes Rolling Down

The Lyman Family with Lisa Kindred: American Avatar: Love Comes Rolling Down

Lyman Family / Kindred, Lisa: American Avatar: Love Comes Rolling Down

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Title: American Avatar: Love Comes Rolling Down
Artist: Lyman Family / Kindred, Lisa
Label: Omnivore Recordings
UPC: 816651012510
Genre: Rock

The American Avatar: Love Comes Rolling Down album from The Lyman Family With Lisa Kindred was released on Reprise Records in 1969 and hadn't made it to a CD release until now. Primarily a blues covers album, with contributions from members of Jim Kweskin and the Jug Band including Jim Kweskin, Geoff Muldaur, and Mel Lyman himself, the family grew out of a Boston suburb underground newspaper called Avatar. By 1970 the family was about 100 people strong and are an ongoing concern to this very day. From the liners notes: In a conversation between Mel Lyman, David Gude, Jim Kweskin and Joey Goldfarb printed in issue #22 of the Avatar, March. 29, 1968, Lyman spoke of his passion for music. Also featured on the album are the talents of Bruce Langhorne (known for his work with Richard & Mimi Farina, Bob Dylan, and other notable artists of the era) and Terry Bernhard (who would appear on a later Kweskin album called Side By Side). Nearly 50 years after it's debut, American Avatar: Love Comes Rolling Down enters the digital era for a new generation of music listeners to discover!

1.1 California Water-Take One
1.2 James Alley Blues
1.3 Good Shepherd
1.4 Jesus Met the Woman at the Well
1.5 It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
1.6 My Love Comes Rolling Down
1.7 California Water-Take Two
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