ELECTRIC PRUNES - RELEASE OF AN OATH

ELECTRIC PRUNES - RELEASE OF AN OATH

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: REAL GONE MUSIC

Release date: 12/06/2020

Barcode: 0848064010425

Catalog no.: RGM0001042

Item ID: 496913

USA reissue on 180 gram vinyl of their fourth album from 1968,
composed and arranged by David Axelrod. The music here fits
perfectly with their Gregorian styled third LP 'Mass In
F-Minor'. Comes on splattered vinyl.

Also available: MASS IN F MINOR/RELEASE OF AN OATH-THE KOL NIDRE (CD).

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