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Blackburn & Snow Discography

Singer songwriter Jeff Blackburn and folk singer Sherry Snow joined forces as a folk rock duo in 1965. They recorded a single, Stranger In A Strange Land, in early 1966 but it was not released until the following year. They performed locally and continued to record intermittently through 1966. Their debut single was finally released in early 1967, followed by a second single a few months later. An album that was due for release in 1967 never appeared. Tracks intended for the album and other recordings were eventually released on a Blackburn & Snow collection in 1999. Blackburn & Snow split up at the end of 1967. Jeff Blackburn was subsequently in a later line-up of Moby Grape. Sherry Snow sang with Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks.

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Blackburn & Snow collections

info Something Good For Your Head, Blackburn & Snow, 1999

Blackburn & Snow singles

no info Stranger In A Strange Land / Uptown Downtown, Blackburn & Snow, 1967, Verve
no info Time / Postwar Baby, Blackburn & Snow, 1967, Verve

Blackburn & Snow tracks on various artist compilations

info Country & West Coast: The Birth Of Country Rock, Various Artists, 2006
info Love Is The Song We Sing: San Francisco Nuggets 1965-1970, Various Artists, 2007
info Sing Me A Rainbow: A Trident Anthology 1965-1967, Various Artists, 2008

Last updated February 2009