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|Friend & Lover|
Reach Out of the Darkness
Genres: Blues, Folk, Pop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock
Friend & Lover, Reach Out of the Darkness — Like a lot of late-?60s rockers, husband-and-wife team of Jim Post and Cathy Conn came out of the folk scene (the Chicago folk scene, in this case) to score on the charts with thi... more »
Friend & Lover, Reach Out of the Darkness
Like a lot of late-?60s rockers, husband-and-wife team of Jim Post and Cathy Conn came out of the folk scene (the Chicago folk scene, in this case) to score on the charts with this album?s title cut, which was adopted as something of an anthem by the protest movement during what was indeed a "dark" time for American politics. The resulting album, which featured the instrumental and production talents of Joe South and Ray Stevens among others, is an utterly charming blend of ?60s pop-rock, soul and psychedelia, long requested by our customers and reissued here with notes containing extensive quotes from Jim Post himself! A Collectors? Choice Music exclusive!
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M. Adams | Indiana, USA | 11/11/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I was having a pretty hard time looking for several of the songs on this CD. I tried several music services and finally found it at Amazon. The CD is very good quality and plays perfect. There are only three songs on it that I care for but that is typical of CD's and me. If you are looking for the song "Reach out of the Darkness" this is the CD for you. This was the only place I could find that song."
Reach Into the Past
Ted "The Dogman" Terroux | Arvada, CO | 01/21/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I ordered this to complete my 1968 top 100 countdown for their hit "Reach Out of the Darkness" for a 40 year anniversary party on New Years. That chick had a voice! I had never listened to any of their other music before, so it was interesting hearing the rest of the album. While I can see why none of the other songs had any airplay that I know of, there's a couple of interesting tidbits that make purchasing this album worthwhile."