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July 29th, 2011

bill cowsill

Alright, this last LB chapter is probably the closest I’ve found to a precursor to Lindsey Buckingham’s later 70’s sound. It makes sense too since after the Cowsills broke up Lindsey was in a band with them for a short bit in the early seventies. ‘Nervous Breakthrough’ came out in 1971, two years after Bill Cowsill was found smoking weed by ┬áhis dad and got kicked out of the band. The last installment of Buckingham influenced (promise):

Bill Cowsill When Everybody’s Here [1971]

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Somewhere between Sticky Fingers and Buckingham. Pretty unfortunate that after releasing his only solo album he basically disappeared into a drug haze for the entire decade after its release.

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