John B. Sebastian ‎– John B. Sebastian -1970 Folk Rock, Pop Rock (vinyl)


John B. Sebastian ‎– John B. Sebastian -1970 Folk Rock, Pop Rock

stock photo only - " Includes - I Had A Dream "

Label:Reprise Records ‎– RS 6379
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 9 slight edgewear / with inner sleeve

Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10) 
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10 
in great shape
BIN # *38 / * 131

In the early 1960s, Sebastian developed an interest in blues music and in playing harmonica in a blues style, rather than the classical style used by his father. Through his father's connections, he met and was influenced by blues musicians Sonny Terry and Lightnin' Hopkins (for whom Sebastian served as "unofficial tour guide and valet" when Hopkins was in New York City).[9][10] Sebastian became part of the folk and blues scene that was developing in Greenwich Village and later gave rise to folk rock.[11]

In addition to harmonica, Sebastian played guitar and occasionally autoharp. One of Sebastian's first recording gigs was playing guitar and harmonica for Billy Faier's 1964 album The Beast of Billy Faier.[12]He also played on Fred Neil's album Bleecker & MacDougal and Tom Rush's self-titled album in 1965. He played in the Even Dozen Jug Band and in the Mugwumps, which split to form the Lovin' Spoonfuland the Mamas & the PapasBob Dylan invited him to play bass on his Bringing It All Back Home sessions (though Sebastian's parts probably did not appear on the album)[13] and to join Dylan's new electric touring band, but Sebastian declined in order to concentrate on his own project, the Lovin' Spoonful.[14]


A1 Red-Eye Express 2:53
A2 She's A Lady 1:43
A3 What She Thinks About 3:00
A4 Magical Connection 2:46
A5 You're A Big Boy Now 2:46
A6 Rainbows All Over Your Blues 2:26
B1 How Have You Been 4:07
B2 Baby, Don't Ya Get Crazy 2:56
B3 The Room Nobody Lives In 3:10
B4 Fa-Fana-Fa 2:43
B5 I Had A Dream 2:42

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