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Phil Cordell
“Red Lady”
I know almost nothing about Phil Cordell, a British musician who died in 2007 at the age of 59, but I do know that before he achieved considerable success in Germany when he released a super-weird instrumental album as Dan the Banjo Man, he released a more traditional 1969 solo album, the title-track from which is a delectable little slice of psych-pop called “Red Lady.” Track it down, then dive into Dan the Banjo Man.

"Red Lady"


And "Dan the Banjo Man"



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