Randy burns evening of the magician


After returning to New Haven, Burns started a band, The Morning, who performed locally but then split up. [3] Back in New York, Burns then formed a psychedelic band, the Sky Dog Band, comprising Burns (vocals, guitar), Mat Kastner (keyboards), Bruce Samuels (bass, flute), and John O'Leary (percussion). With engineer Herb Abramson they recorded Burns' second album, Evening of the Magician , released in 1968. [2] Burns wrote all the songs and the album is described at Allmusic as " a minor classic of acid folk ". For his third and final ESP-Disk album, Song for an Uncertain Lady (1970), Burns retained the Sky Dog Band, but the music showed an increased country music influence. Although Burns and the Sky Dog Band performed regularly around Greenwich Village, and toured nationally, none of his records were commercially successful. [1]



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