13 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Released in 1973 but largely slept on until its 2005 reissue, Gary Higgins’ Red Hash is a lost masterpiece of psychedelic folk, a melancholic opus for quiet nights and weary mornings. Whether it’s in the solitary cellos coursing through “Telegraph Towers” or the gripping opening lines of “Thicker Than a Smokey” (“What do you intend to do young man?/Where do you intend to go?”), Red Hash is much too remarkable a patchwork for its genius to remain in the shadows.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Released in 1973 but largely slept on until its 2005 reissue, Gary Higgins’ Red Hash is a lost masterpiece of psychedelic folk, a melancholic opus for quiet nights and weary mornings. Whether it’s in the solitary cellos coursing through “Telegraph Towers” or the gripping opening lines of “Thicker Than a Smokey” (“What do you intend to do young man?/Where do you intend to go?”), Red Hash is much too remarkable a patchwork for its genius to remain in the shadows.

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Ratings and Reviews

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9 Ratings

9 Ratings

chesserthegreat ,

red hash gary higgins

when i was down on the farm i was in no harm
man great lyrics along with acoustic sounds that are usually hidden in todays culture and singing that is in actual harmony. Glad i was turned on to this music.

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