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Artist: APRILL, KEVIN
Title: Sunset Upon An Imaginary Beach Of Latent Energy
Format: LP
Label: Del Val
Country: USA
Price: $32.00
"Del Val gets dusted off for this 1971 NJ 1 copy only acetate/homemade cover split twixt Faheyisms, damaged "E Pluribus Unum" & organic MADRIGAL moves…if you listen to that bands tune "Stoned Freakout" online youll have an inkling of whats in store for most of side two on this one & has been called what CHARLIE TWEDDLE should have sounded like and/or if PETER GRUDZIEN had done "Metal Machine Music"." - Del Val. After 10+ years, the return of Veronica Breths Del Val label (Bent Wind, D.R. Hooker, Bachs, Grandmas Rockers, Fifty Foot Hose, etc..).

Artist: TRYAD
Title: If Only You Believe In Lovin
Format: LP
Label: Del Val
Country: USA
Price: $30.00
"Del Val Records present a reissue of Tryads If Only You Believe In Lovin, originally released in 1971 as a private press. Ultra-deluxe LP reissue on the newly resurrected Del Val label -- obscure but legendary label previously responsible for early editions by The Brigade, The Bachs, Bent Wind, D.R. Hooker, Fifty Foot Hose, etc. Long overdue and much delayed reissue of this 1971 NYC private press few have heard and less have seen. Comparable to the best UK folk-fusion LPs of the era, this is like a Yankee version of Hunter Musketts great Every Time You Move (1970) with co-ed vocals plus bass/drums/pedal steel/flute/keys accompaniment and East Coast haunted not West Coast hip, though youll be reminded of a certain revered private from out there that wouldnt exist for another five years: Relatively Clean Rivers. Comes with a four page lyric insert and the cover is what they were made like fifty years ago." - Del Val.

"Low key but really cool. Hard to believe its an NYC piece from 72 from a sonic aspect. Theres a kind of innocence to overall heft that puts me in mind of very early Bay Area stuff, like the second We Five LP (1967). That same sort of psych-is-hanging-unnamed-in-the-background vibe. The only thing that really places it in the 70s is that pedal steel which has a definite post-Sneaky-Pete feel. Very cool." - Byron Coley.

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