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HOPKINS BRADLEY SUPER RARE BASEMENT ACIDFOLK

$500.00


Vintage

1 in stock

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HOPKINS BRADLEY:Same(U.S.Private) 1973    M- UNPLAYED DISC  PLAIN WHITE JACKET

Incredibly rare garage folk psych, lost in time and in someone’s basement. A terrific album, better than Stone Harbour to me with haunting vocals and sparse arrangements. Sometimes Beatle-esque on some songs. Psychedelic effects on a few songs also.”Datdreamer”, “What am I supposed to do?. I have an unplayed original copy in plain white cover so m-/m- a few covers were autographed but most in plain jacket..private press from an Ohio duo. It’s all acoustic folk rock with piano and guitar, reverbed vocals, and considerably crude production on the original issue, supposedly cleaned up somewhat for the Void reissue. Though there may have been a few copies autographed by the band members on the front cover (as in the currently posted cover image), the overwhelming majority came in just a plain white jacket.
Track listing
A1
Take a Second Chance
A2
Nothing Hides Better Than Darkness
A3
I’d Really Like to See You
A4
Midnight Thunder
A5
A Song for You
A6
Final Bow
A7
Friar Circle
B1
Daydreamer
B2
Old Sailor Man
B3
Funny, but the Way I Feel
B4
Take Me Home
B5
Open Road
B6
Good-bye to You