Logos - Firesides And Guitars LP
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Logos' Firesides and Guitars was one of the most enigmatic private albums from the U.S. Housed in a sparse cover with little info, it was released in tiny quantities on the collectable Audio House label (home also of Smack). Nothing was known about the band until now: they were an obscure folk-rock trio from Kansas, comprised of 16-year-old Steve Epley plus siblings Chris and Cindy Williams. Their sound was charming, home-made folk-rock full of youthful innocence with layers of dual acoustic guitars and refreshing male-female vocals, featuring an impressive set of self-penned songs. Comparisons bring to mind Crosby, Stills & Nash or Shadrack Chameleon. Highly recommended to any folk-rock/SSW sounds collector. First time-ever reissue. Includes a full-color insert with rare photos and liner-notes by band member Steve Epley.