Earl's Closet: The Lost Archive of Earl Mcgrath, 1970-1980

Earl's Closet: The Lost Archive of Earl Mcgrath, 1970-1980 
FLAC (tracks), Lossless[24bit-44kHz] | 1:15:37 | 716 Mb
Country, Folk, Rock
Earl McGrath was the ultimate ’70s jet setter, an art collector and comic bon vivant who stumbled into the record business between legendary parties in New York and LA and discovered Daryl Hall and John Oates and then Jim Carroll. Atlantic founder Ahmet Ertegun gave Earl his own label, Clean Records, in 1970; Mick Jagger hired him to run Rolling Stones Records in 1977.
Tracklist
1. Delbert & Glen - Two More Bottles of Wine (2:58)
2. Daryl Hall & John Oates - Baby Come Closer (2:49)
3. Terry Allen - Gonna California (2:40)
4. Kazoo Singers - Only Yourself to Lose (2:47)
5. Michael McCarty - Christopher (2:44)
6. Jim Hurt - Dixie Darling (3:07)
7. Mark Rodney - California (3:02)
8. Country - Killer (3:52)
9. Daryl Hall & John Oates - Dry in the Sun (2:53)
10. Shadow - Oh La La (2:31)
11. Terry Allen - Cocaine Cowboy (2:46)
12. Ultra Violet - How Do You Do (Children of the Most High) (4:06)
13. Johnny Angel - Invisible Lady (3:08)
14. Shadow - I See My Days Go By (3:33)
15. Blood Brothers Six - Where Have All the Flowers Gone (5:24)
16. Len and Betsy Greene - Salt Showers (3:34)
17. Paul Potash - Holy Commotion (3:51)
18. Jabor - Sail Away (4:08)
19. David Johansen - Funky but Chic (4:13)
20. Norma Jean Bell - Just Look-Ah What You'll Be Missing (4:50)
21. The Jim Carroll Band - Tension (3:24)
22. Little Whisper and the Rumors - Waiting for Me (3:22)
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