The Minnesotan singer/songwriter Chuck Senrick released his only long player Dreamin’ in 1976 and privately pressed only 200 copies! His recordings, mainly created in friend’s apartments, feature Fender Rhodes and a Doncamatic rhythm machine. The beautifully obscure jazzy and soulful songs are a musical journey through the life of the 21 year old Chuck Senrick. Dreamin’ has similarities to Shuggie Otis’ „Inspiration Information“ and is a must for fans of Michael Franks or Bob Dorrough. The LP features the soulful pearl “Don’t Be So Nice”. An album with an irresistible pure and minimalistic jazzy sound that needs more listeners now and in the future.
|LP||Notes On A Journey: NOAJ004||in stock||€ 27,99|
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