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8 thoughts on “ This Precious Time - Barry McGuire - The Worlds Last Private Citizen (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Barry McGuire - This Precious Time / The World's Last Private Citizen Album Lyrics; 1. California Dreamin' Lyrics: 2. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Lyrics: 3. This Precious Time Lyrics: 4. Inner Manipulations Lyrics: 5. Eve of Destruction Lyrics: 6. Why Not Stop and Dig It While You Can Lyrics: 7. The Grasshopper Song Lyrics: 8. Walkin' My Cat.
  2. Barry McGuire - Eve of Destruction / This Precious Time - feeteramartoyswinoswoodbenephquiren.coinfo Music This Precious Time / World's Last Private Citizen Barry McGuire. out of 5 stars 3. Audio CD. 7 offers from $ #76, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Pop 4/5(1).
  3. Barry McGuire discography and songs: Music profile for Barry McGuire, born 15 October Genres: Contemporary Folk, Folk Rock, Folk Pop. Albums include Eve of Destruction / What Exactly's the Matter With Me, Eve of Destruction, and .
  4. World's Last Private Citizen, an Album by Barry McGuire. Released in on Dunhill (catalog no. DS ; Vinyl LP).
  5. The group actually appears on seven tracks on This Precious Time, which we ve paired with Barry s next solo album, The World s Last Private Citizen, which came out in (we ve eliminated two duplicate tracks). Two superb folk/folk-rock records from one of /5(3).
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Barry McGuire - The World's Last Private Citizen at Discogs. Complete your Barry McGuire collection.
  7. World’s Last Private Citizen was Barry’s last Dunhill album. Lou Adler sold the label, and the new owners didn't seem to want to keep Barry on. So, after filming The President’s Analyst, Barry dropped out of sight for a time. He went to Santa Fe, New Mexico for about a year and lived in a commune of sorts.
  8. The other is McGuire 's third and final Dunhill album, 's The World's Last Private Citizen, which really was just a contractual obligation release cobbled together from more failed singles and even tracks borrowed from This Precious Time and Eve of Destruction.

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