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✨✧ Parish HallParish Hall (180 gram pressing) (2020 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
Fantasy/Craft, 1970. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A pastoral name, but a really hard-hitting band – a power rock trio who come on with a sound that's incredibly full for such a small group! Most numbers here have some really heady bass work – rumbling at the bottom and giving a fuzzier, nastier edge to some of the tunes – and other instrumentation includes heavy drums, piano, and guitar – all used tightly, and with the sort of energy that was much more common for mainstream groups of the time, particularly in a post-Cream generation. Vocals by Gary Wagner are slightly soulful at times – a nice Bay Area sort of earnestness that really adds another layer to the record. Titles include "Dynaflow", "My Eyes Are Getting Heavy", "Silver Ghost", "Lucanna", "Skid Row Runner", "How Can You Win", "Take Me With You When You Go", and "Ain't Feelin Too Bad". LP, Vinyl record album
(50th Anniversary pressing – great tip-on cover, and 180 gram vinyl!)

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✨✧ Bob FrankBob Frank (LP sleeve edition) ... CD
Vanguard/Light In The Attic, 1972. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
A wonderful lost gem from the legendary Vanguard Records – a set issued in the 70s, but with the best independent spirit of the label from the decade before! Bob Frank is a very unique songwriter – and has this amazing ability to paint these personal little pictures in song – portraits of unique characters and individuals from the darker side of American life – sung in a frank (no pun intended), straight style that doesn't pull any punches – and which offers slightly different shading in words and structure to fit each individual. The album virtually disappeared upon release – possibly because it was too folksy for the post-folk generation – but it's a real treasure that we'd rank up there with the hippest of the 60s underground singer-songwriters. Titles include "Wino", "She Pawned Her Diamond For Some Gold", "Before The Trash Truck Comes", "Layin Around", "Return To Skid Row Joe", and "The Deer Hunter". CD
(Housed in an LP-style gatefold tip-on jacket.)
 
 
 



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