"For most of the early '70s, the New Riders of the Purple Sage (yes, the name is trademark-protected) were the successful offshoots of the Grateful Dead. Although they never remotely approached the success or longevity of the Dead, they attracted a considerable audience through their association with Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, and Mickey Hart, whose fans couldn't be satisfied with only the Dead's releases -- the New Riders never reached much beyond that audience, but the Deadheads loved them as substitutes (along with Garcia's periodic solo projects) for the real article. Their initial sound was a kind of country-acid rock, somewhat twangier than the Dead's usual work and without the Dead's successful forays into experimental jams, but they later acquitted themselves as straight country-rockers."
2 Side Hot Stamper
This is a Columbia 'White Label Promotional' pressing from 1974 with DJ Timing Strip.
'Clams unleashed' etched in dead wax.
The record is Exc-.
The Jacket is Exc-.
The LP plays/sounds Mint+.
Fantastic detail. Instruments and Vocals sound 'alive' and right in front of you. Strong micro-detail abounds. Voices have 'body' and fullness - instruments sound real. 2 truly exceptional sides.
Some minor surface noise between tracks only.
Each record is washed on a VPI cleaning machine using a proprietary 3-5 agent process which is determined by the needs of the individual record. Each record is then listened to 100% to insure that the posted description is exactly what you can expect to get.
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