Fans of unusual 1960's non rock and roll instrumental music- lend me your ear for a moment, wont you? We got a good one right here.
I'm not going to try to write a bit on The Fortune Tellers or their bandleader. I'll just direct you HERE or HERE instead. Both of these pages have pretty much the same bio on the guy, either one is an interesting read if you've got a minute...
When i found this record i thought it was a different song called Camel Train (There are more than one- who knew) that I downloaded from This Guy. Anything that looks like a record cover on his page is. Go check him out, he's got good taste. Turns out, it's a different tune all together. From what i read, Song of the Nairobi Trio was the hit, and Camel Train was just the the flip side. If you ask me, Camel Train is the better of the two, but that's just my humble opinion. Also, if anyone cares, these are re-recorded versions, different from the ones that appeared on the LP of the same name. Not that i've heard the alternates anyway- i'm just sayin is all...
I couldn't split these up. Some records need both sides to be heard together to get the full effect. This is one of those. Enjoy!
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