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Bill Tinker - Inside Out! (Tower, 1968)

Bill Tinker - Inside Out! (Tower, 1968)

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I'll keep this post short since I don't know much about Mr. Tinker. I'm pretty sure that this is his only release, at least under the Tinker name. I have some suspicions, though, that that isn't his given name since there's a liner not on the back of the LP that is either written by "E. Greenburg" or written to thank "E. Greenburg" (the last line is "Thank you E. Greenburg"). But perhaps I'm reading too much into that.
Tinker wrote most of the material ("Silver Love Line" and "Midway" are by Paul McNeil), sang, and, if the photo on the back cover is to be believed presumably played piano and guitar. "Man From Birmingham" was released as the single. The records is a nice, albeit somewhat typical, late-60's pop outing with some semi-psychedelic lyrics, a dash of country twang, a little bit of current events, some harmonica, and melodies that are pleasant if not particularly memorable. I like it and hopefully you will as well.
Here's a tracklist:
1. An Everday Thing
2. Again, Again
3. Midway
4. Man from Birmingham
5. Silver Love Line
6. Anything You Ask
7. You Could Get High
8. A Very Ordinary Man
9. Dee Anne
10. Son
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The album code is : ODI147671

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