Windy Corner – The House at Windy Corner (1973)
“The House at Windy Corner” is one of the most sought after and expensive albums in the world, with copies known to fetch four figures. Windy Corner play a delicate and sparse folk rock with acoustic guitar, organ and dreamy vocals.
Windy Corner was a band from Amsterdam that played in a folky, psychedelic rock style. The band was formed in the late sixties. Two albums were released, both contained recorded sessions of the band. The first was released during their active career, the second long after the band disbanded. Guitarist Robby Morgen died in 2007.
Song From The Very North (7:05)
Blinkered Man (3:11)
Staring Face (6:31)
Waiting To Fall Back Asleep (3:25)
The Palace Of Twelve Phases (16:22)
Sitting On A Throne / Wind Is Blowing / A Hedge Of Thorns (5:21)
Wim Steevels: Bass guitar, vocals
Wim Veer: Organ, guitar, vocals;
Robby Morgen: Guitar, vocals
Cees van Weegberg: Drums, vocals