Country Joe McDonald - Leisure Suite download album
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Joseph Allen "Country Joe" McDonald (born January 1, 1942) is an American musician who was the lead singer of the 1960s psychedelic rock group Country Joe and the Fish. McDonald was born in Washington, DC, and grew up in El Monte, California, where he was student conductor and president of his high school marching band. At the age of 17, he enlisted in the United States Navy for three years and was stationed in Japan. After his enlistment, he attended Los Angeles City College for a year.
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Artist: Country Joe McDonald Title: Leisure Suite Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Fantasy Catalog ID: F 9586 Country: USA Our ID: 99217. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
Country Joe McDonald was born in Washington, D. in 1942, but grew up in the Los Angeles suburb of El Monte, California. Joe's parents, Florence and Worden, had moved there after the War, World War II that is, when they began to have difficulties of a political kind. Suffice it to say, that Joe and his brother Billy and his sister Nancy were "red diaper babies". His most notable groups, the Instant Action Jug Band and the Berkeley String Quartet, existed as time permitted and began to serve as a conduit for songs and pieces he was writing. His first recording, a collection of songs with Blair Hardman was recorded in 1964, released briefly as The Early Years on First American Records in 1977 and featured a collection of songs that were in part recorded again on his 1976 Fantasy release The Goodbye Blues. Country Joe and the Fish.
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|2||Take Time Out||3:05|
|4||La Di Da||4:18|
|5||Hard Work And No Play||3:17|
|6||Sure Cure For The Blues||4:26|
|7||Reaching For The Stars||9:20|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: LC 6532
|F-9586||Country Joe McDonald||Leisure Suite (LP, Album)||Fantasy||F-9586||US||1979|
|RBLP 4.00317 J, RBLP 4.00317||Country Joe McDonald||Leisure Suite (LP, Album, RE, Whi)||Rag Baby Records, Line Records||RBLP 4.00317 J, RBLP 4.00317||Germany||1983|
|L 37144||Country Joe McDonald||Leisure Suite (LP, Album)||Rag Baby Records, Fantasy||L 37144||Australia||1979|
|INT 147.401||Country Joe McDonald||Leisure Suite (LP, Album)||Rag Baby Records||INT 147.401||Germany||1980|
|FT 565, OC 062-63 505||Country Joe McDonald||Leisure Suite (LP, Album)||Fantasy, Fantasy||FT 565, OC 062-63 505||UK||1979|