April, Kevin: Sunset Upon An Imaginary Beach Of Latent Energy

April, Kevin SKU: 35609247
Kevin April: Sunset Upon An Imaginary Beach Of Latent Energy

April, Kevin: Sunset Upon An Imaginary Beach Of Latent Energy

April, Kevin SKU: 35609247

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Sunset Upon An Imaginary Beach Of Latent Energy
Artist: April, Kevin
Label: Del Val Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 769791968448
Genre: Rock

2013 release. Del Val Records present a reissue of Kevin Aprill's Sunset Upon An Imaginary Beach Of Latent Energy, originally released as a private press in 1971. What Charlie Tweddle should have sounded like and/or if Peter Grudzien had done Metal Machine Music (1975). Ultra-deluxe LP reissue on the newly resurrected Del Var label - obscure but legendary label previously responsible for early editions by The Brigade, The Bachs, Bent Wind, D. R. Hooker, Fifty Foot Hose, etc. Byron Coley in Bull Tongue Review: "There's also a totally blissed side of Basho-style guitar jumboism on the reissue of Kevin Aprill's Sunset Upon An Imaginary Beach Of Latent Energy, which purports to be a lost acetate from 1971. Let's assume it's true. The cover art is dandy and the second side lives up to the Charlie Tweddle comparison - quite zonked, although in a space age sorta way. It's a pretty cool record.

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