Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Harrison Kennedy was raised in Ontario, Canada before moving to Detroit and enjoying success as the lead singer of Chairmen Of The Board. He left the group in the 1970s to start on a solo career. Hypnotic Music is Kennedy's 1972 debut album released on Invictus Records. It's an in-demand folk funk album. Kennedy is still celebrated as a singer, songwriter and performer and was awarded in 2016 at the Canadian Juno awards with the blues album of the year. Highlights include rock orientated songs like the Beatles cover, social commentary with 'You Hurt Your Mother Again' and psychedelic sounds in 'Night Comes Day Goes' - showcasing Harrison's musical talents.
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Harrison Kennedy was raised in Ontario, Canada before moving to Detroit and enjoying success as the lead singer of Chairmen Of The Board. He left the group in the 1970s to start on a solo career. Hypnotic Music is Kennedy's 1972 debut album released on Invictus Records. It's an in-demand folk funk album. Kennedy is still celebrated as a singer, songwriter and performer and was awarded in 2016 at the Canadian Juno awards with the blues album of the year. Highlights include rock orientated songs like the Beatles cover, social commentary with 'You Hurt Your Mother Again' and psychedelic sounds in 'Night Comes Day Goes' - showcasing Harrison's musical talents.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: DMN
Rel. Date: 03/27/2020
UPC: 5014797901704

Hypnotic Music [Heavyweight Vinyl]
Artist: Harrison Kennedy
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Harrison Kennedy was raised in Ontario, Canada before moving to Detroit and enjoying success as the lead singer of Chairmen Of The Board. He left the group in the 1970s to start on a solo career. Hypnotic Music is Kennedy's 1972 debut album released on Invictus Records. It's an in-demand folk funk album. Kennedy is still celebrated as a singer, songwriter and performer and was awarded in 2016 at the Canadian Juno awards with the blues album of the year. Highlights include rock orientated songs like the Beatles cover, social commentary with 'You Hurt Your Mother Again' and psychedelic sounds in 'Night Comes Day Goes' - showcasing Harrison's musical talents.