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Its All Right - Mason Proffit - Come & Gone (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. Come and Gone, a Compilation of songs by Mason Proffit. Released in on Warner Bros. (catalog no. 2LS ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Country Rock. Featured peformers: Bill Traut (producer), Mason Proffit (producer).
  2. 2 LP Package Warner Brothers Release The two albums contained in this set were previously released as individual albums by Happy Tiger Records under the /5(52).
  3. Come & Gone by Mason Proffit: Listen to songs by Mason Proffit on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  4. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Come & Gone * by Mason Proffit (CD, Mar, One Way Records) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the White Vinyl release of Come & Gone on Discogs. Label: Line Records - LIDLP • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue White • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock.
  6. Mason Proffit and Movin' Toward Happiness, as a double-LP set under the title Come & Gone. Hear the voice of change," commanded the Talbot brothers at the opening, and the song, "Voice of Change," was both a political statement calling out to President Nixon 's "silent majority" and a statement of purpose from the band.
  7. Jan 09,  · I originally got it (well, Come & Gone) for Two Hangmen, but quickly warmed to the whole album. I can't say I've heard a good LP copy, though. I have a few, and while the vinyl seems quite clean, there's a lot of distortion in places, and the very ends of fades abruptly cut off, unlike tape and CD versions (or Come & Gone LPs).
  8. "Mason Proffit is widely considered by obscure rock aficionados to be one of the best bands who never made it to the big time. Although they are mostly overlooked today, along with the Byrds (Gram Parsons), Michael Nesmith, and others, helped to invent country-rock." Back when some rock groups tried to look like cowboy/ outlaws.

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