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Album Review

Rosebud's sole album was an eclectic but erratic venture. It veered between psychedelic-tinged, poetic tracks reminiscent of Henske-Yester's Farewell Aldebaran ("Le Soleil," "Lullabye II (Summer Carol)," "Lorelei"), ornately orchestrated, tuneful art-pop ("Flying to Morning"), pedestrian-period L.A. singer-songwriter music, and country-rock. It seems no coincidence that the four tracks praised in the previous sentence were penned by Henske and Yester, while most of the remaining ones on the LP were not. The record was at its best when it attained that oddball mystical, ethereal air characteristic of Henske-Yester's best collaborations, retaining accessibility via their almost pseudo-classical melodies. When they weren't aspiring to this level, Rosebud was just an ordinary, laid-back, early-1970s, California rock band. It might be misguided to criticize the record for what it wasn't, and for not featuring Henske more as the lead vocalist, since the other singers in the band couldn't match her at all. Rosebud was a group project, not a duo one like Henske-Yester, which might be why she and he are more subdued on this effort. Still, it seems like there's half of a good album struggling to become a whole one.

Customer Reviews

If you're a fan of Jump.......

I just bought this CD off of me it's impossible to find anywhere else, and it's definately an incredible CD. If you are a fan of Jump Little Children I'm sure you'd like it. It's a lot different than JLC, it's just their lead vocalist Jay Clifford on guitar with a violin and a little bass. It has a real lo-fi old school sound that works really well. So please support an incredible man and buy this CD.


First off, the album review is all wrong - it's a different Rosebud band! Not released in 1970! More like 2003-5 range! The lead singer and composer is Jay Clifford, of Jump, Little Children band. He is a one of the most talented musicians, songwriters, and singers in existence of time and space! Gorgeous voice! The songs have great melodies and instrumentals are splendid! This music is hard to find elsewhere, especially on CD. I especially recommend "We'll See", "We Have to Start Somewhere", "Don't Put It On", and "Behind the Moon". Make sure to check out the Vespers album - all the songs there are wonderful.

not 70s rock

it's true. these albums were put out by NC native Jay Clifford and some of the other Jump Little Children folks and Winston-Salem riff-raff. You will love the self-titled album. It's sweet. Fix the review!!!!!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

The short-lived Rosebud has sometimes been classified as an outgrowth of the duo of Judy Henske and Jerry Yester, who did one album, the underrated cult classic Farewell Aldebaran, in 1969. In fact, although Henske and Yester were both key performers and songwriters in Rosebud, Rosebud was an entirely separate entity from Henske and Yester. It was in fact a group consisting of Henske, Yester, keyboardist/vocalist Craig Doerge, drummer/vocalist John Seiter (who had been in Spanky & Our Gang and...
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