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    Relatively Clean Rivers Self-Titled Stereo LP (Pacific Is PC 17601, 1976). A relatively late entry into the Folk-Psych genre, Relatively Clean Rivers self-titled LP sounds like it's straight out of 1969, as opposed to the mid-late 1970s, when Punk was new, and Arena Rock was ruling the airwaves. This rare LP, though possessing a singular sound, was heavily influenced by genre forefathers the Grateful Dead, and east-coast eclectics the Velvet Underground. Essential for any fan of rare 1960s/70s West Coast music! This copy, though not sealed, includes the original shrinkwrap on the cover, which exhibits one minor ding at the lower-right corner. Condition: MT 9 (cover)/GM-MT 10 (disc).

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2016
    24th-25th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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