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180 gram LP + printed innersleeve. A fleeting moment of inspired folk rock/psychedelia, recorded at Oberlin College in 1968 by four college students and one local teen. The band was the brainchild of student and guitarist Steve DeTray who had just returned to school after a brief hiatus in Utah, where he was undoubtedly inspired by the whole West Coast psychedelic rock scene. Upon returning to Oberlin DeTray recruited some friends who had already been playing together in a blues band. After a year spent playing a mix of covers and original material, mostly at on campus and off-campus parties, the boys decide to commit their moment in history to vinyl, recording "24 Hours" in two sessions with the help of fellow student David Crosby (not of CSN&Y fame, as is sometimes claimed). The original pressing was just 300 copies that were then sold mainly to friends and local fans, and soon became one of those rare collectibles from which several low-quality bootlegs were made. This album has been digitally remastered and features the original sleeve art.
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Type: LP
Recorded: 1968
Release Date: 2010-11-26
Label: Vinyl Lovers
Country: Euro
Item No: 901141
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Track List
01 Locomotive lamp 3:50
02 What's the matter now 2:45
03 Violets of dawn 4:34
04 Riverdawn 3:38
05 Hey joe 4:20
06 Outskirts 1:39
07 Little baby 3:03
08 Get out of my life 3:05
09 Four in the morning 4:30
10 Sometimes i wonder 3:53
11 Pale shades of gray 4:30
12 Elaborations 7:20
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