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1966

by Karen Dalton

1966 by Karen Dalton

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1966

by Karen Dalton

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Label: Delmore Recording Society
These rare home recordings -- made at Karen Dalton's Colorado cabin in 1966, but "lost" for the next five decades -- capture the folk singer at her most private and vulnerable. There are a handful of deep moments. The phantom rendition of "Cotton Eyed Joe" makes you wish you were a fly on the wall; the Fred Neil covers, "Other Side to This Life" and "Little Bit of Rain," are equally touching. Other stuff isn't so sublime: Her version of Tim Hardin's "Don't Make Promises" feels less like performance and more like rehearsal. As for fidelity, it's fuzzy in spots, but warm and intimate overall.

About This Album

These rare home recordings -- made at Karen Dalton's Colorado cabin in 1966, but "lost" for the next five decades -- capture the folk singer at her most private and vulnerable. There are a handful of deep moments. The phantom rendition of "Cotton Eyed Joe" makes you wish you were a fly on the wall; the Fred Neil covers, "Other Side to This Life" and "Little Bit of Rain," are equally touching. Other stuff isn't so sublime: Her version of Tim Hardin's "Don't Make Promises" feels less like performance and more like rehearsal. As for fidelity, it's fuzzy in spots, but warm and intimate overall.

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About This Album

These rare home recordings -- made at Karen Dalton's Colorado cabin in 1966, but "lost" for the next five decades -- capture the folk singer at her most private and vulnerable. There are a handful of deep moments. The phantom rendition of "Cotton Eyed Joe" makes you wish you were a fly on the wall; the Fred Neil covers, "Other Side to This Life" and "Little Bit of Rain," are equally touching. Other stuff isn't so sublime: Her version of Tim Hardin's "Don't Make Promises" feels less like performance and more like rehearsal. As for fidelity, it's fuzzy in spots, but warm and intimate overall.