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Album Review

Tarkio Road was Brewer & Shipley's breakthrough album, featuring the hit "One Toke Over the Line." The 1996 CD reissue included two bonus tracks.

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Folk/ Folk-Rock Gem

If you know Brewer and Shipley then buy this album, if you don't really know them and just stumbled upon them while searching for some new folky and rockish tunes from the greatest era of music (late 60's to early 70's) then still, buy this album. One need not listen further than One Toke Over the Line to know that this album is great. Every song on the album is strong; great instrumental work, including some spot-on steel guitar by Jerry Garcia. The songwriting found here is exceptional for its simple formulas and ingenious melodies that shine on each of the cuts, not to mention the magical vocal harmony created by these two men . Highlights include The Light with its gentle breeze of rolling guitar work, rhythmic percussion, and colorful drops of organ playing. Can't Go Home follows a similar vain as the previous but with more imagery and sentiments of nostalgia; very powerful song. Tarkio Road is another good cut of folk/rock at its best, they're singing of a true event here too folks. To make it short, each song has its own strength and beauty. This album deserves way more recognition than it recieved and it can start with you diggin' in to these tunes. Dig in good and stay true.

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This came out the year I went into the army , is a great alum

Biography

Formed: 1967 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '90s, '00s, '10s

California duo Mike Brewer and Tom Shipley began their careers separately on the 1960s Los Angeles folk club circuit before teaming up to write and perform together. Their song "Keeper of the Seven Keys" was recorded by H.P. Lovecraft and also appeared on their 1968 debut, Down in L.A. Their second album, Weeds, featured guest appearances by Jerry Garcia, Mike Bloomfield, and Nicky Hopkins. In 1971, the duo scored a surprise Top Ten hit with "One Toke Over the Line," in spite of radio bans owing...
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