There is no small amount of irony in the fact that the man who penned an album of lost psych-rock explorations titled U.F.O. disappeared under mysterious circumstances just a few years after the record's release. Vanishing into thin air outside of Santa Rosa, New Mexico, in 1975, Jim Sulliv ... More >>
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The end of trains as I knew them
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