Moody, bluesy, and melodic, Fred Neil was probably one of the most persuasive folk-rockers to emerge from Greenwich Town in the middle-’60s. His albums showcased his extraordinarily low, wealthy tone of voice on intensely personal and reflective compositions, sounding just like a mix between Tim Buckley and Tim Hardin. His impact was delicate but significant; before developing the Lovin’ Spoonful, John Sebastian performed harmonica on Neil’s first recording, which also presented guitarist Felix Pappalardi, who continued to create Cream. The Jefferson Aircraft presented Neil’s “Additional Side of the Existence” prominently within their concerts, and devoted several tunes (“Ballad of Me and you and Pooneil” and “Home at Pooneil Part”) to him. Around the B-side of “Crying” is usually Neil’s “Chocolate Man,” among Roy Orbison’s bluesiest attempts. Stephen Stills offers pointed out Neil as an impact on his acoustic guitar playing. Many famously, Harry Nilsson required Neil’s “Everybody’s Talkin'” in to the Top Ten because the theme towards the film Midnight Cowboy. For all those his tangential impact, Neil himself continued to be an enigmatic, mystical figure. His documented result was formidable but sparse. During 1964 he documented being a duo with Vince Martin, which yielded an record for Elektra, Rip Down the Wall space. His drumless single debut, Bleecker & MacDougal (which do have additional musical instruments), ranked among the greatest efforts in the era where folk was simply beginning its changeover to folk-rock. The bluesiest of his albums, it included a few of his greatest music, including “Little Rainfall,” “Additional Side of the Existence,” and “Chocolate Man.” His accurate maximum was his follow-up, Fred Neil, which produced a full changeover to electric devices. Much less bluesy in tenor, it presented “Everybody’s Talkin’,” in addition to an equal jewel in “The Dolphins.” Neil’s following slip into obscurity was unusual and quick. Classes, from 1968, was a more informal and slapdash affair that included some instrumental jamming. Usually a recluse, he retreated to his house in Coconut Grove, FL, after attaining cult achievement, and didn’t launch anything following a live recording in 1971. His obscurity was enforced by an lack of home compact-disc reissues of his greatest work, a predicament rectified with an excellent best-of compilation by Enthusiasts’ Choice as well as the 2001 reissue of Rip Down the Wall space/Bleecker & MacDougal by Elektra. He continuing to try out, but limited to those near him. Neil, sick with malignancy, unexpectedly offered July 7, 2001, at his house in Florida.
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