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Vinyl LP repressing. 1968 album from the singer-songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. What an oddity this was upon release. A country-soul southern rocker with a trippy album cover? It wasn't shocking that it failed to find it's audience back in '68. Yet time and it's influence (Elvis and Tony Joe White certainly took notice) have carved it out as a classic! Includes "All My Hard Times, "Mirror of Your Mind," "Rednick," "Games People Play" and more! Best known for his songwriting, South won a Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 1970. South was also a prominent sideman, playing guitar on Tommy Roe's "Sheila, Bob Dylan's Blonde on Blonde album, and Aretha Franklin's "Chain of Fools". South's most commercially successful composition was Lynn Anderson's 1971 country/pop monster hit "Rose Garden", which was a hit in 16 countries worldwide. Anderson won a Grammy Award for her vocals, and South earned two Grammy Nominations for it, as Best Country Song and (general) Song of the Year.