Farm (70s band, US)

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Formed 1969, Mt. Vernon, IL, United States
Disbanded 1973
Members
Del Herbert (lead guitar), Gary Gordon (vocals, guitar, bottleneck guitar), Jim Elwyn (vocals, bass), Steve Evanchik (percussion, harmonica), Roger Greenwalt (keyboards), Mike Young (drums)
Genres Blues Rock, Boogie, Jam Band

Farm was a late '60s band from Southern Illinois, whose bluesy, country rock style was very similar of that of The Allman Brothers, and Canned Heat. Recorded at Golden Voice Recording Studios in South Pekin, Illinois and released on a small record label from Flora, Illinois, and was limited to a 500 copy pressing. This Farm released a very obscure and rare album of blues rock boogie garage with fuzz guitars, congas, mouth harp, organ, bottleneck and timbales.

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Discography

Album

Year Title RatingReleases
1971 Farm 4 2

Album + Soundtrack

Year Title RatingReleases
1976 The Innermost Limits of Pure Fun 1

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