Estes Brothers transitions Lp, So Rare,1971 Orig. Press, Psych/blues/rock, Ex. C

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03 Dec 2015
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Aurora Illinois
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On the Edcom Record label from 1971 this is the original pressing, not just a re-issue, of the Estes Brothers Blues/Psych/Rock Transitions cult lp, and it s still in fantastic condition too The Cover is clean and pristine with all of its Original Shrinkwrap, and the Side 1 label doesn t even have a spindle hole marking to indicate it was ever played Plus on Side 2, there s just two spindle hole markings Please see all seven of my pictures, Thank You
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An original of this obscurity only 100 were pressed will easily set you back four digits. From Ohio, this early 1970 s quartet s lp has been the subject to quite a bit of hype over the years. The music fits this scene perfectly and translates that feeling of no hope and despair - that ended up being quite accurate historically speaking. This Morning absolutely jams, in the tradition of bands like Cargo Netherlands , Wishbone Ash, and Man. Gary s Thought adds a bit of Take 5 era Dave Brubeck piano for a cool jazzy vibe to end the day. As mentioned above, their exceedingly rare 1971 album Transitions routinely sells for 1,000 . While the album s frequently labeled as being psychedelic blues rock, a lot of the seven extended tracks are guitar-propelled rockers. Singer/keyboardist Bill Marren s responsible for most of the set, though brothers Joe and John Estes and bassist Don Smith each contribute a track. The sound quality is surprisingly good with Joe Estes drums and John Estes lead guitar seemingly getting special attention in the mix. Bluesy hard rock tracks such as the extended jam This Morning , Do What Is Real and Gary s Thought are good enough to stand up to any of their better known compatriots. This album is a gem, and the perfect representation of the blue collar characteristic spirit of the day.
Transitions Tracklist:
Side 1
1. Tomorrow s Sunlight Joe Estes - 2:16
2. Never Coming Down Bill Marren - 3:34
3. This Morning Bill Marren - 9:22
4. Wooden Thoughts Don Smith - 4:54
Side 2
1. Do What Is Real Joes Estes - 5:19
2. Let Me Live My Own Life Bill Marren - 6:10
3. Gary s Thought John Estes - 6:02
Cover: Near Mint Original Shrinkwrap, there are no Cut-outs, BB Holes, Splits, Stains, etc Please see my pictures, Thank You
Vinyl: Excellent as mentioned above,
the Side 1 label doesn t even have a spindle hole marking to indicate it was ever played And on Side 2, there s just two spindle hole markings
lt Yes, I ll be happy to safely ship this iconic lp International. All I ask is to please email me before bidding for your country s shipping cost, Thank You gt
I ship all the record albums I sell in real album boxes, never just flimsy paper or cut-out cardboard, from me And always with a protective Innersleeve for your Vinyl records Please email me with any questions and I ll get back to you right away Thanks for looking at my auctions

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