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The Youngbloods - Rock Festival (LP, Album, Pit) (VG+ / VG+)

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Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)

Nice glossy VG+ copy, plays great. Sleeve is a solid VG+ with minimal corner wear

Release Notes


A1. It's A Lovely Day 2:35
A2. Faster All The Time 3:55
A3. Prelude 1:01
A4. On Beautiful Lake Spenard 4:56
A5. Josiane 5:25
B1. Sea Cow Boogie 0:22
B2. Fiddler A Dram 5:12
B3. Misty Roses 4:05
B4. Interlude 2:12
B5. Peepin' 'N' Hidin' (Baby What You Want Me To Do) 5:06
B6. Ice Bag 2:22

Country: US

Released: 1970


1970 US Warner Bros. Records edition of a Pitman Pressing from [l267310. A variant of [r471350, and [r8739633 with similar catalog #'s, and center record labels, but with different matrices within the dead wax, and with WB and the Raccoon logo side-by-side on Side 1 only.
Originally released with a B/W Warner/Reprise Loss Leaders inner record sleeve with order form.
Timing of track A5 is shown on the back cover as 5:23, and on Side 1 of the center record label as 5:25.

Recorded For Alembic By Bob & Betty At:
The Family Dog on the Great Highway, San Francisco - Easter Sunday - March 29, 1970
Provo Park, Berkeley - May 19, 1970
University of Santa Clara - April 18, 1970
Euphoria - San Rafael - July 19, 1970
Pacific High Recording - San Francisco - July 21, 1970
Barn - Marshall - April 16, 1970

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout S39765
Matrix / Runout S39766
Matrix / Runout WS-1878 39765-1 [Artisan logo] A 6 P
Matrix / Runout WS-1878 [Artisan logo] 39766-1 B 3 P

Recorded By Alembic Studios
Recorded At The Family Dog, San Francisco
Recorded At Provo Park, Berkeley
Recorded At University Of Santa Clara
Recorded At Euphoria Ballroom
Recorded At Pacific High Recording
Recorded At The Barn, Marshall, CA
Mastered At Artisan Sound Recorders
Pressed By Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
Copyright (c) Warner Bros. Records Inc.

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