Malvina Reynolds (August 23, 1900 – March 17, 1978) was an American folk/blues singer-songwriter and political activist, best known for her song writing, particularly the song "Little Boxes."
Malvina Reynolds was the grooviest grandma to ever strut across the folk singer stage.
The self-titeld 1970 is a treasure trove for fans of folk legend Malvina Reynolds. It found the 70-year-old singer/guitarist jamming with members of the Byrds and the Dillards, in fine jangle-psych fashion.
1. The World's Gone Beautiful
2. Daddy's In The Jail
3. It Isn't Nice
5. We Hate To See Them Go
6. There'll Come A Time
7. From Way Up Here
8. The Desert
10. Let It Be
11. Morningtown Ride
12. No Hole In My Head
Malvina Reynolds - Selftitled (1970)
(320 kbps, front cover included)