No Record Label Mentioned (the number on the label is DM 84801)
A weird hippie private label album. Strange, very strange. This album was released in 1977 and the music is performed in an old Baroque style.
The cover lists the band members as Richard Sohmer, William Duffer, Carolyn Surrick, Nancy Sarles, and Robin Beasley.
Nothing on this record indicates where is was pressed, but it feels like a United States pressing. Comes with an insert which, when unfolded, measures 22 inches by 11 inches. Looking at the insert, we believe the songs are based on people and events from centuries ago.
COVER: VG + (VERY GOOD PLUS): Minor flaws. May include light surface wear or light ring wear. Can include some seam or spine wear, however there are no splits or tears in this condition unless indicated. Possible creasing or dings, but still relatively minor in this condition. (This cover is showing bottom seam wear, which is not yet split but is getting weak and needs to be cared for to prevent it from splitting. The cover is curled on the right edge where the record slides in
VINYL: VG (VERY GOOD): Average condition for a used record. Visible scuffing or surface wear may be present with possibly some medium depth scratches. Records in this condition might have some audible surface noise and ticking, however visibly the surface still has some shine to it.
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