PEACE, BREAD & LAND BAND LP/69-78 Rare 10"etc/FolkPsych

PEACE, BREAD & LAND BAND 's/t' LP (Switzerland, RD, Catalogue #RD 018) Brand new/unplayed copy of limited LP issue of rare and unreleased sessions spanning the years 1969 through 1978 of Sid Brown's post-Spike Drivers, West Coast entity Peace, Bread & Land Band. Includes all the tracks from their very rare and sought-after 'Liberation Music' 10" album from 1970. Typically great RD label presentation with a very informative booklet insert.

'This vinyl disk contains two pieces from an unreleased demo tape done by the original Peace, Bread & Land Band in Berkeley in 1969, six songs from Liberation Music , a 10" record produced in Seattle in 1970, two songs from Mill Town Blues , a 7" album recorded in 1974, and two tracks from Modality Stew , a 12" disk recorded in Olympia and Vancouver, Washington in 1978.'

'This was basically Sid Brown's band (ex-Spike Drivers). When he moved from the Detroit area to San Francisco he went to the Ali Akbar College of Music in Berkeley and formed Peace, Bread & Land Band. They made some recordings. After that the band moved north and released a 10" EP Liberation Music in an oversized envelope (full of '60s motives) and later on a 7" EP. They later changed their name to Peace, Bread & Land and made an album Sid is not very proud of. That's why he parallelly did a record
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