Bob Lind - Since There Were Circles | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. I Love To Sing/Sweet Harriet
2. City Scenes
3. Love Came Riding
4. Loser
5. Not That I Would Want Her Back
6. Theme From The Music Box
7. Anymore
8. Spilling Over
9. She Can Get Along
10. Up In The Morning Me
11. Since There Were Circles

More Info:

"* Singer-songwriter Bob Lind will forever be remembered for the 1965 hit "Elusive Butterfly," but his career is so much more interesting than the fading wonder of that one song. Once a hard-partying buddy of Charles Bukowski, Lind was the inspiration for the character "Dinky Summers," a down-on-his-luck folk singer in Bukowski's 1978 novel Women. Lind also doubled as a writer, penning a number of novels and plays as well as serving as a long-time staff writer at the lowbrow tabloid Weekly World News.