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Change of musical style in later albums
Can anyone explain why Gris-Gris sounds a lot different from his other albums (even Babylon of the same year)?
I don't think that Gris-Gris should be deleted. It's turned up on multiple lists as being one of the best albums of the 1960s, if not of all time. I also believe that it played a significant role in the rise of Southern rock in the mid-70s. Please reconsider. Eyeball kid 22:03, 2 January 2007 (UTC)
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additional info (for completeness of attribution):
I'm from Louisiana, and have seen (and heard) the album. I also have a copy. The pictures (front and rear cover - you gotta see the rear cover to truly appreciate the context of this music) are attributed to "Raphael". Album design is by "Marvin Israel". I would post a picture to verify this, but that seems to be rather counter-productive.126.96.36.199 (talk) 08:17, 6 February 2011 (UTC)
Guilded or gilded ?
On every version I've seen, the track is named as "I Walk On Guilded Splinters" - with a U - rather than "Gilded". Was that a simple spelling mistake that's been perpetuated over the years - as I've assumed - or is there some other hidden meaning to "guilded" ? If it was an error, is it now right to "correct" the spelling to "Gilded" ? Ghmyrtle 21:47, 13 June 2007 (UTC)