"Sweetwater- Just For You-1970 US":
Sweetwater was a rock band originally from Los Angeles. They were the act scheduled to play first at the Woodstock Festival in 1969, although due to problems within the band, solo folksinger Richie Havens became the first performer. Sweetwater performed next, becoming the first band to play the festival.
Sweetwater's second album was hindered by Nanci Nevins' injuries in a serious car accident, which for a time rendered her incapable of performing with the band, although she does sing on much of "Just for You". The eight-minute title track mixes Latin-influenced percussive grooves, gospel, jazzy flute and violin, and a dreamy Nevins-sung opening passage. At times the music is a little similar to the Californian hippie rock of It's a Beautiful Day, especially when Sweetwater's Mr. Burns plays his cello.
Nanci Nevins (vocals)
August Burns (cello)
Albert B. Moore (flute)
Alex Delzoppo (keyboards)
Fred Herrera (bass)
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