Trav'lin Man: The Early Singles
|Title||Trav'lin Man: The Early Singles|
|Release Date||Wednesday, April 22, 2015|
|Genre||Country > Traditional Country|
Fred Neil's Early Singles!
As the author of standards including The Dolphins, Everybody’s Talkin’ and Other Side To This Life, Fred Neil needs no introduction to music fans. But before becoming a folksinger and profound influence on Bob Dylan, Tim Buckley, John Sebastian and others, he worked as a jobbing singer, songwriter and session musician around New York. His early songs were recorded by artists including Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison, but his own six pop and rockabilly singles, released between 1957 and 1961, sold in tiny quantities and have rarely been heard since. They are gathered here for the first time ever, offering a fascinating and historically important insight into one of the most celebrated singer-songwriters of all time.