This album is truly one of the most underrated private psych albums I've ever seen. Less than an 100, possibly 50 were pressed privately and sold at shows and given to family/friends. Unicorn contains members of the band Ultimate Spinach and Underground Cinema. The album starts off with a killer, and I mean KILLER cover of "Hey Joe", fast pace and full of screaming vocals and heavy lead guitar. They then do some nice garage-psych with "Get Together" and "I Don't Know Your Name".
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Unicorn Coffeehouse, SUNY Fredonia Concert Setlists. City Fredonia, NY, United States. Moxy Früvous at Unicorn Coffeehouse, SUNY, Fredonia, NY, USA. Artist: Moxy Früvous, Venue: Unicorn Coffeehouse, SUNY, Fredonia, NY, USA. Substitute. Kick in the Ass. Sad Girl. The Present Tense Tureen.
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A coffeehouse, coffee shop, or café is an establishment that primarily serves coffee, related coffee drinks (latte, cappuccino, espresso), and – depending on country – other drinks including alcoholic. Some coffeehouses may serve cold drinks such as iced coffee and iced tea; in continental Europe, cafés serve alcoholic drinks. A coffeehouse may also serve some type of food, such as light snacks, sandwiches, muffins or other pastries.
The Unicorn Coffee House. 825 Boylston Street, Boston, MA. In the 1960s American folk music experienced a great revival. The movement was centered in Greenwich Village, New York and in the Boston area. Tom Rush recorded his first album live there in 1962 (with Fritz Richmond on washtub), giving him special cache among Boston folkies as the guy with the record. The Unicorn was much more than just a folk club, however. Among the blues greats who played the room were Mississippi John Hurt, John Lee Hooker, John Mayall and The Paul Butterfield Blues Band.
|A3||I Don't Know Your Name||3:45|
|A5||Don't Ever Let These Years Go By||3:11|
|A6||Don't Cry For Me||3:49|
NotesUnconfirmed 50 copies pressed.
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