Later pressing on Prestige that has the original cover and catalog number but has the dark blue Prestige label which was used infrequently around 1964-1971. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout etched): PRST 7536A.
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The Circle Game is the 1968 album from folk rock musician Tom Rush. He covers three songs from fellow singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, as well as songs by Jackson Browne and James Taylor. Rush himself wrote "Rockport Sunday" and his classic, often-covered tune "No Regrets"; the song has become a folk standard, and has been covered by several dozen artists, including Emmylou Harris, The Walker Brothers, Fairport Convention, Olivia Newton-John, indie-pop group Luna, and Curtis Stigers
With his new album Voices (2018) out, at age 77 (as of 1/2/2019), Rush is still frequently performing, touring the United States, these days often accompanied on piano by Berklee graduate Matt Nakoa. 1962 Tom Rush at the Unicorn (Lycornu). 1963 Got a Mind to Ramble (Prestige). 1964 Blues, Songs & Ballads (Prestige). 1965 Tom Rush (Elektra). 1966 Take a Little Walk with Me (Elektra). 1968 The Circle Game (Elektra). 1970 Wrong End of the Rainbow (Columbia). 1970 Tom Rush (Columbia).
Tom Rush at The Unicorn. Got a Mind to Ramble. Take a Little Walk with Me. Wrong End of the Rainbow.
Biography by Mark Deming. Celebrated singer who rose from the '60s folk boom and a fine interpreter who occasionally penned memorable original songs. I Got a Mind to Ramble.
Rush was also regularly featured at the Unicorn in Boston, where he recorded his first album, a 1962 live set titled Tom Rush at the Unicorn. He struck a deal with Prestige Records, which issued his next two albums, 1963's Got a Mind to Ramble and 1964's Blues, Songs and Ballads. These two albums were later reissued on a single CD under the title Blues, Songs and Ballads. In 1965, Rush moved up to Elektra Records, then arguably America's most prestigious folk label, which released a self-titled album that year. Up to that time, Rush's repertoire consisted almost entirely.
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Duncan & Brady
I Don't Want Your Millions Mister
Written-By – Jim Garland
San Francisco Bay Blues
Written-By – Jesse Fuller
Written-By – Geoff Muldaur
Written-By – Washboard Sam
Big Fat Woman
Arranged By – Eric Von Schmidt
Nine Pound Hammer
Written-By – Merle Travis
Arranged By – Tom Rush
Just A Closer Walk With Thee
Written-By – Leroy Carr
Written-By – Big Bill Broonzy
Every Day In The Week
Written-By – Pink Anderson
Rudy Van Gelder
Paul A. Rothchild
Later pressing on Prestige that has the original cover and catalog number but has the dark blue Prestige label which was used infrequently around 1964-1971. Label identifies the record as Mind Rambling, a title used in releases from the late 60s.
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Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): PRST 7536A
Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): VAN GELDER
Performer:Tom Rush Genre: Blues / Folk, Country Title: Got A Mind To Ramble Country: US Released: 1968 Style: Folk MP3 version ZIP size: 1784 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1576 mb Rating: 4.3 Votes: 854 Other Formats: WAV AIFF MPC DXD ASF VOC WMA
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