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  1. Ninris Reply
    I, however, came to Jim & Jean though their folky first LP, which I wish was represented on this collection. But oh well, it is a mighty good trip back in time. Jim Glover and Phil Ochs were college roommates. Phil started writing songs, Jim went to New York, met and married Jean, and started performing in the smoky coffee houses in the city.
  2. Nikosida Reply
    Changes, an Album by Jim & Jean. Released in on Verve Folkways (catalog no. FTS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Folk Pop, Folk Rock.
  3. Vugal Reply
    Details about JIM & JEAN Changes LP VERVE FOLKWAYS 60s folk psych VG++. Jim & Jean: Record Size: 12" Modified Item: No: Non-Domestic Product: No: Jim Reeves LP Vinyl Records, Women's Verve Ami Sweaters, Ge 60 Amp Breaker, ascot chang, Psych Box Set DVDs & Blu-ray Discs,Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Mezizshura Reply
    Jim & Jean: Changes (LP, Vinyl record album) - One of the more obscure folk duos of the 60s – working here with a bit of guitar and electric -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
  5. Jugami Reply
    The husband-and-wife team of Jim Glover (guitar/vocals) and Jean Ray (vocals) cut three long-players in the mid-'60s, during an era when primarily acoustic-based folk was synthesizing with edgier amplified electric rock. Their second LP, 's Changes, noted this juncture as they advanced from the mold established by the likes of Ian & Sylvia and Richard & Mimi Fariña .
  6. Duzil Reply
    Dec 19,  · It was the second Verve/Forecast album[FT/FTS], and while it didn't chart, that wasn't for lack of material. Their friend Phil Ochs wrote the snarky liner notes, and Jim & Jean thanked him by covering three of his tunes(the .
  7. Vokus Reply
    I, however, came to Jim & Jean though their folky first LP, which I wish was represented on this collection. But oh well, it is a mighty good trip back in time. Jim Glover and Phil Ochs were college roommates. Phil started writing songs, Jim went to New York, met and married Jean, and started performing in the smoky coffee houses in the city/5(4).
  8. Gok Reply
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jim & Jean - Changes at Discogs. Complete your Jim & Jean collection/5(33).