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  • Singer: John Buck Wilkin
  • Album: In Search Of Food Clothing Shelter And Sex
  • MP3: 1280 mb | FLAC: 1171 mb
  • Released: 1970
  • Style: Folk Rock
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Written-By – John Buck Wilkin. A2. Faces And Places. Written-By – Jane Leichardt. A3. My God And I. Written-By – John Buck Wilkin. A4. Boy Of The Country. Nashville Sun Reprise.

Written-By – John Buck Wilkin. Companies, etc. Record Company – Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd.

John Buck Wilkin - Boy Of The Country mp3. A5. John Buck Wilkin - Apocalypse 1969 mp3. B1. John Buck Wilkin - Me And Bobby McGee mp3. B2. John Buck Wilkin - The Daydream mp3.

Wilkin's obscure solo album is a rather strange, and not always comfortable, interface of singer/songwriter, MOR pop, folk-rock, and country influences. At times he sounds like early James Taylor with Glen Campbell-ish orchestration; "My God and I" doesn't sound far from early Elton John. Although his songs are a little odder and moodier than those of the young Taylor, they're not as good or memorable either

Prior to his solo album, Wilkin had been in Ronny & the Daytonas, famous for their 1964 hot rod hit "Little GT. Wilkin was also in the American Eagles (not to be confused with the much more famous Eagles), who also included keyboardist Chuck Leavell, and put out a single in 1969. Wilkin's obscure solo album is a rather strange, and not always comfortable, interface of singer/songwriter, MOR pop, folk-rock, and country influences.

Marijohn Wilkin, Danny Dill. Originally by Lefty Frizzell. Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.

Medley - Long Black Veil - The Nashville Sun. 3:58. Medley - About Time - Nashville Sun Reprise.

John Buck Wilkin (Artist) Format: Vinyl. This was the first solo album by former child and teen country-then-pop star John Wilkin, who was the son of fabled country songwriter Marijohn Wilkin, and was also the lead singer of the mid-1960s surf-pop band Ronny And The Daytonas. This record was recorded mostly in Muscle Shoals and Music City with a bunch of heavyweight country and Southern rock session players, but it's not actually a very twangy album. Mostly it's flowery, poetical al stuff of the late-'60s variety, very serious but also pretty good

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A1 Apartment Twenty-One
Written-By – John Buck Wilkin
2:45
A2 Faces And Places
Written-By – Jane Leichardt
3:05
A3 My God And I
Written-By – John Buck Wilkin
4:05
A4 Boy Of The Country
Written-By – John Buck Wilkin
3:43
A5 Apocalypse 1969
Written-By – John Buck Wilkin, Kris Kristofferson
4:47
B1 Me And Bobby McGee
Written-By – Fred Foster, Kris Kristofferson
4:47
B2 The Daydream
Written-By – John Buck Wilkin
5:17
B3 Mary Jackson
Written-By – John Buck Wilkin
2:34
Medley (3:58)
B4.1 Long Black Veil
Written-By – Danny Hill*, Marijohn Wilkin
B4.2 The Nashville Sun
Written-By – John Buck Wilkin
Medley (2:06)
B5.1 About Time
Written-By – John Buck Wilkin
B5.2 Nashville Sun Reprise
Written-By – John Buck Wilkin

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Liberty/UA, Inc.
  • Record Company – Liberty/UA, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Muscle Shoals Sound Studios
  • Recorded At – Liberty Recorders
  • Recorded At – Woodland Studios
  • Published By – Wits End Music Co.
  • Published By – Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.
  • Published By – Combine Music Corp.
  • Published By – Buckhorn Music Publishers, Inc.

Credits

  • Arranged By, Conductor, Producer, Musician – Don Tweedy
  • Art Direction, Design – Ron Wolin
  • Engineer – Bert Agudelo, Jimmy Johnson , Lee Hazen
  • Liner Notes – Roger Schutt
  • Mixed By [Liberty] – Bert Agudelo
  • Mixed By [Muscle Shoals] – Jimmy Johnson
  • Mixed By [Woodland] – Lee Hazen
  • Musician – Anne Soodman, Billy Sanford, Bob Phillips, Brenton Banks, Bruce Naterman, Byron Bach, Charlie Hayward, Chuck Leavell, Courtland Pickett, Dave Pell, Dick Kathan, Don Sheffield, Frank Beach, Frank Friedman, Gary Vanosdale, Gene Cipriano, George Tidwell, Glen Butts, Gloria Strassner, Jerry Carrigan, Jesse Ehrlich, Jim Horn, John Wyker, Kenny Buttrey, Larry Butler, Leonard Malarsky, Lew McCreary, Lillian Hunt, Lloyd Ulyate, Lou Mullenix, Marvin Chantry, Myron Sandler, Norbert Putnam, Ollie Mitchell, Paul Hubinon, Paulo Alencar, Richard Nash , Sam Ghossian, Sam Ross , Samuel Boghossian, Shari Zippert, Sheldon Curtland, Solie Fott, Spiro Stamos, Tom Scott, Wayne Butler, Wayne Moss, Wilbert Nuttycombe, Bill Green*
  • Musician, Vocals – John Buck Wilkin
  • Photography By [Black and White] – Joel Franklin , Ron Wolin
  • Photography By [Color] – Tommy Tucker
  • Producer – John Buck Wilkin (tracks: A5, B1), John Wyker (tracks: A5, B1)

Notes

Gatefold sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): 114 #1 LST-7639-1 Re1 D.B.TY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): 114 LST-7639-2 Re1 x TY . D.B.