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Brewer & Shipley

Brewer and Shipley 1971

Brewer & Shipley are an American folk rock duo who enjoyed their peak success in the late 1960s through the 1970s, consisting of singer-songwriters Mike Brewer and Tom Shipley. They were known for their intricate guitar work, vocal harmonies, and socially conscious lyrics which reflected the concerns of their generation — especially the Vietnam War, and the struggles for personal and political freedom. Their greatest commercial success was the song "One Toke Over the Line" from their 1970 album Tarkio. They had two other singles on the Billboard charts: "Tarkio Road" (1970) and "Shake Off The Demon" (1971). They continue to perform, both separately and together, usually in the Midwest of the USA.

Weeds

Weeds

All Along The Watchtower

1969

The Best of Brewer & Shipley

The Best of Brewer & Shipley

All Along The Watchtower

1976 (same as version on Weeds)

Brewer & Shipley's Greatest Hits

Brewer & Shipley's Greatest Hits

All Along The Watchtower

1989 (same as version on Weeds)

Tarkio

Tarkio

The Mighty Quinn

1970, 1996

Archive Alive!

Archive Alive!

The Mighty Quinn
All Along The Watchtower

1997 - recorded at The Cowtown Ballroom, Kansas City, Missouri  January-April 1973

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