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Sandy Bull was an American folk musician who rose to prominence with a series of albums on the Vanguard label in the 1960's and 70's. "Still Valentine's Day 1969" is a comprised of two live shows recorded at The Matrix in San Francisco in 1969 with Bull playing shimmering electric guitar and oud, accompanied by tape loops. Previously available on CD, this is the first ever vinyl pressing and includes the original liner notes from Byron Coley. Patti Smith declared that Bull was "no minor player. He influenced, however subtly, an entire generation. His reinvention of classic pieces paved the way for my own experiments."
Sandy Bull was an American folk musician who rose to prominence with a series of albums on the Vanguard label in the 1960's and 70's. "Still Valentine's Day 1969" is a comprised of two live shows recorded at The Matrix in San Francisco in 1969 with Bull playing shimmering electric guitar and oud, accompanied by tape loops. Previously available on CD, this is the first ever vinyl pressing and includes the original liner notes from Byron Coley. Patti Smith declared that Bull was "no minor player. He influenced, however subtly, an entire generation. His reinvention of classic pieces paved the way for my own experiments."
843563175750
Sandy Bull - Still Valentine's Day 1969

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NO QUARTER
Rel. Date: 08/23/2024
UPC: 843563175750

Still Valentine's Day 1969
Artist: Sandy Bull
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $32.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Introduction
2. Bouree
3. No Deposit, No Return Blues
4. Manha de Carnival
5. Improvisation for Oud
6. Electric Blend
7. Improvisation for Oud 2
8. Memphis, TN
9. Electric Blend 2

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Sandy Bull was an American folk musician who rose to prominence with a series of albums on the Vanguard label in the 1960's and 70's. "Still Valentine's Day 1969" is a comprised of two live shows recorded at The Matrix in San Francisco in 1969 with Bull playing shimmering electric guitar and oud, accompanied by tape loops. Previously available on CD, this is the first ever vinyl pressing and includes the original liner notes from Byron Coley. Patti Smith declared that Bull was "no minor player. He influenced, however subtly, an entire generation. His reinvention of classic pieces paved the way for my own experiments."
        
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