Prairie Madness is a guitar/piano duo that existed in the 1960s and 70s in Los Angeles and Marin County, California. Their self-titled album and its single, 'Shame The Children' were co-produced by Matthew Fisher, Procol Harum organist, and Joel Sill. Chris Ducey - Acoustic and Electric guitars. Ed Millis - Piano and Accordion. Jack Conrad - Bass Guitar. Richie Hayward - Drums. Matthew Fisher - Organ, Harpsichord. Ralph Bryan - Electric Guitar.
Artist: Prairie Madness Album: Prairie Madness Label: Columbia Catalog KC 31003 Released: 1972 Country: US Format: MP3 (image+. cue) Bitrate: 320 kbps Genre: Pop/Rock Duration: 00:39:12. Prairie Madness is Chris Ducey and Ed Millis, a guitar, piano duo who have been writing and performing together for 3 years in Los Angeles and Marin County, California, where they now live. The album was produced by Matthew Fisher, former Procol Harum organist, his first production since that group's A Salty Dog album. ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ ☆☆ ☆ -., S ide One: A1.
For the 1970s band, see Prairie Madness (band). Prairie madness or prairie fever was an affliction that affected European settlers in the Great Plains during the migration to, and settlement of, the Canadian Prairies and the Western United States in the nineteenth century. Settlers moving from urbanized or relatively settled areas in the East faced the risk of mental breakdown caused by the harsh living conditions and the extreme levels of isolation on the prairie. Symptoms of prairie madness included depression, withdrawal, changes in character and habit, and violence.
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Prairie Madness is a guitar/piano duo that existed in the 1960s and 70s in Los Angeles and Marin County, California.
|A1||Nothing For Sophia||4:30|
|A2||Up You Go||3:23|
|A3||Girl From Cincinnati||4:29|
|A4||Choo Choo Mairobi||3:33|
|B1||Shame The Children||3:17|
|B2||Sunbeam To His Heart||4:19|
|KC 31003||Prairie Madness||Prairie Madness (LP, Album)||Columbia||KC 31003||US||1972|