Their 1968 album SOUNDS OF GOODBYE is one of the most satisfying blends of country, pop and folk-rock that the era produced, yet because it was aimed at the country market rather than the hip scene, the record, and indeed the act's importance, has been overshadowed by the frankly more copy-worthy Byrds and Burritos . In subsequent years I endeavoured to track down more of that magic Gosdin Brothers sound.
18" is printed toward the bottom right corner of the back cover. Other (Back cover, bottom right corner): 18.
The Gosdin Brothers' obscure 1968 LP Sounds of Goodbye is an overlooked country-rock milestone, and one that owes as much to the sound of the 1966-1967 era Byrds as it does to country music. In truth, this will appeal far more to the early Byrds fan than to the straight country fan. That's not damning with faint praise, far from it; it's actually high praise.
Sounds of Goodbye (1968). Album by The Gosdin Brothers. is a cover of. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face by Peggy Seeger (1962).
Sounds Of Goodbye features astonishing back-up from soon-to-be-Byrds Clarence White and Gene Parsons, but the Bros’ grasp of gospel harmony and aching balladry is something else, even if some of the material is slight. Read full description. Gosdin Brothers - Sounds Of Goodbye (2003). Brand new: lowest price.
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|A1||Sounds Of Goodbye
Written-By – D. Heard*, E. Rabbit*
Written-By – C. White*, G. Paxton*
|A3||Try And Catch The Wind
Written-By – Donovan
|A4||Let It Be Me
Written-By – G. Becaud*, M. Curtis*
|A5||For Us To Find
Written-By – C. Gosdin*, V. Gosdin*
Written-By – R. Gosdin*, V. Gosdin*
|B1||The First Time
Written-By – E. MacColl*
Written-By – F. Guilbeau*, W. Moore*
Written-By – J. Ertel*, T. Slater*
Written-By – Doug Kershaw
|B5||Love Of The Common People
Written-By – J. Hurley*, R. Wilkins*
- Record Company – EMI
- Produced For – Franklin & Berks Productions
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
- Harmony Vocals – Rex Gosdin
- Lead Vocals, Guitar – Vern Gosdin
- Producer – Gary Paxton
NotesPressed by Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles as identified by the "✲" symbol stamped in the runout area. "18" is printed toward the bottom right corner of the back cover.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Back cover, bottom right corner): 18
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): ST1-2852
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): ST2-2852
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched; "1 ✲" stamped): ST-1-2852-A-3· 1 ✲
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched; "1 ✲" stamped): ST-2-2852-A-3· 1 ✲
|ST 2852||The Gosdin Brothers||Sounds Of Goodbye (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST 2852||US||1968|
|ST 2852||The Gosdin Brothers||Sounds Of Goodbye (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST 2852||Canada||Unknown|
|CDWIKD 235||The Gosdin Brothers||Sounds Of Goodbye (CD, Album, Comp)||Big Beat Records||CDWIKD 235||UK||2003|