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Although the ESP label is most known for its far-out free jazz and wacky rock bands, it also made a few bids at recording folk-rock in the last half of the 1960s, albeit folk-rock of a somewhat off-kilter kind. In addition to Pearls Before Swine, there was Randy Burns and the even more obscure Bruce MacKay, who did an album for the company in 1967. The self-titled LP combined elements of Bob Dylan (in the free-associative rambling wordplay), Tim Buckley (in the reverbed guitar l... Read more

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