9 thoughts on “ Jim Sullivan (3) - U.F.O. (CD, Album) ”

  1. Vigis says:
    Oct 18,  · U.F.O. is probably just your average album sounding like many a album by artists mentioned in reviews below. I can't account for why I return to this album as often as I do, which has been reissued on vinyl by Light in the Attic, other than the fact that some of the material is very strong/5().
  2. Digami says:
    Nov 16,  · Label: Light In The Attic - LITA • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock Jim Sullivan - U.F.O. (, CD) | Discogs /5(33).
  3. Zurg says:
    The album was issued on CD in A new collection of previously unreleased demos by Sullivan, If the Evening Were Dawn, was released in by Light in the Attic Records. See also. List of people who disappeared; Discography Albums. U.F.O. (Monnie, ) LP reissue (Century City, ) CD/LP reissue (Light in the Attic, ).
  4. Gotaxe says:
    U.F.O. is the debut album by psychedelic folk singer-songwriter Jim Sullivan, released in The album was unpopular upon release, but has gained a cult following in part due to the mysterious disappearance of Sullivan. While it is commonly known as U.F.O., a pressing on Century City Records titled the album as simply Jim Sullivan.. The album deals with supernatural and Genre: Folk, psychedelic folk, folk rock.
  5. Zulkigul says:
    Aug 14,  · Jim Sullivan’s “U.F.O.” and the story of his strange disappearance by Jeff Terich. August 14, Blood on the Tracks is a bi-weekly series that documents songs with dark histories. Sometimes they’re songs about something gruesome or terrifying, and sometimes they’re seemingly innocent tracks that are given a bizarre and sometimes.
  6. Faell says:
    Jim Sullivan's U.F.O. is a mighty strange yet very pleasant gem straight out of left field. The LP was originally released almost 50 years ago and didn't see much in distribution or sales. The lucky few who purchased the album found a really unusual slab of wax. Lots of surreal lyrics set to music that could be eerie, catchy, or both at the.
  7. Mukree says:
    U.F.O. is one of those albums whose backstory looms so large that it threatens to overwhelm the actual music, which would be a shame, because it's a bit of a lost classic of the singer/songwriter realm. Southern California troubadour Jim Sullivan-- not to be confused with British guitarist Big Jim Sullivan-- was a big man with a big voice who built up a small regional following in the late.
  8. Zulukora says:
    I happened to notice the cover-art for this album while researching other albums. And I'm glad I did, com'n everyone likes a mystery. This mans sound is not unique, most of what I listen to is 'head-music' from 67'' and I can compare the vocal sound of Jim Sullivan to that of Gary Brooker (Procol Harum) also early Cat Stevens, and Steve Winwood/5(29).
  9. Fenriramar says:
    The title track of Jim Sullivan’s mysterious album, U.F.O. ponders if the second coming of Jesus Christ will be via U.F.O. The singer eagerly looks up into the sky through a telescope/binoculars.

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