Today on Ecléctico you're listening to Philadelphia-born folk singer Susan Christie. This is her psych folk take on a classic cowboy song. It's weird and dramatic. You'll go deeper with an excerpt from an article about "some of the best albums from five decades of psych rock in Philadelphia" by John Morrison on Bandcamp Daily.
"Ghost Riders In The Sky" by Susan Christie
1969/2006 | Folk singer from Philadelphia
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Originally recorded in 1969 and released in 2006, Paint A Ladyis a gorgeous gem from Philadelphia-born folk singer Susan Christie. With Christie’s dream-like vocals and lush, experimental production from John Hill (The Buckinghams, Pacific Gas & Electric, Margo Guryan), the album still sounds shockingly modern, with cuts like “No One Can Hear You Cry” and “Paint A Lady” boasting steady grooves and a rich textural quality.
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