"Go Your Own Way, Girl" falls into the teen-garage category, meaning it's not really primitive, moody or folk. And not quite polished enough to classify as pop. However, the twin jangle of 12 string and clean guitars, powerful drumming, strong organ chords and vocal harmonies make it a winner.
Add to this a double-speed rave-up to finish and hooks that prove to be pretty catchy after a couple of spins. Its extremely rare, especially as it's managed to remain uncompiled for 40 years.
Reissue of MARK VII RECORDS release.
HANDNUMBERED LIMITED EDITION OF 500 COPIES.
Go On Your Way, Girl / Don't Let The Sun
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