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Cardboard Village was a psychedelic folk trio, formed in Boston, Massachusetts, c. early 1970s. Members included David Clark (lead vocals, guitarist), Paul Gross (backing vocals, congas, bongos), Chris Poole (backing vocals, flute). They took part in local performances in and around Boston, mostly at the Nameless Café in Cambridge. They briefly toured in Cambridge, with moderately sized crowds. They had a live concert on the student radio WMFO in Medford. According to Carl Jacobs, Chris Poole was the victim of a bandit attack, and the psychological effects it had on her was damaging, although, it is unknown whether it is true or not. Their only album, "Sea Change" was recorded during late 1972, and early 1973, at AAA Recording Studios in Massachusetts. The album had many session musicians, including Bert Cary (bass on tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 9), Ken Warner (piano on tracks 1, 7), Ron Riddle (drums on track 7), Carl Jacobs (lead guitar on track 9), Myron Schwarz (cello on track 11), and allegedly, Tony 'Anthony' Oppedisano (who is said to play congas on track 11). Shortly after the album's release, the band broke up. Years after the band broke up, David Clark would pass away from cancer, decades after the release of "Sea Change".

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