Hauntingly open and moving in a way few folk singers could ever manage, Ode to Quetzsalcoatl is the only solo effort of Dave Bixby, who then joined little-known folk rock band Harbinger for another album. Though the album, lyrically, reflects on his Christian views, the sound is that of a loner, an outsider, of someone damaged through addiction. Trading in the psychedelia of the sixties for an acoustic guitar and a life of strife, Ode to Quetzalcoatl is simultaneously brooding, coherent, and beautiful. This is the re-release through Guerssen Records, which specializes in '60s- and '70s-era psychedelia.
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Here's why there is no music posted presently:
Mediafire removed all the albums posted in my account (and a great deal of other, non-infringing information).
Besides that unpleasant fact, I was taking a break from updating this blog, trying to focus on my studies. But it's summer again, and seeing as all my work has evaporated, this seems like a good time to start fresh.
Before I post some new music, I'll be reposting some of the older albums that were taken down. Feel free to contact me if you find something missing.