October Country (1968)

October Country was a short lived band fronted by West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band leader/virtuoso Michael Lloyd. Lloyd wrote, produced, sang lead and background vocals and played all kinds of instruments on the record.
The record itself was engineered by Roy Halee, a legendary west coast engineer who worked on the Milleniums’ “Begin” album as well as some historic Simon and Garfunkel cuts.

01. October Country
02. Painted Sky
03. Little Boy Smiling
04. She's Been Away
05. Good to Be Around
06. I Wish I Was a Fire
07. Cowboys and Indians
08. I Just Don't Know
09. End of the Line
10. My Girlfriend Is a Witch
11. Caryle's Theme
12. Baby What I Mean
13. October Country [Mono 45]
14. I Just Don't Know [Mono 45]
15. I Wish I Was a Fire [Mono 45]
16. Cowboys and Indians [Mono 45]
17. My Girlfriend's a Witch [Mono 45]



Anonymous said...

I remember the single, "October Country," on the radio in the late '60s. A really great song, and I've always wondered if I'd hear it again. Thanks, Sunglasses After Dark! Now I shall.