Sandy - Sandy Salisbury

Sandy
Once more dear friends, the master of softpop... this time with his only completed solo album project, 1969s "Sandy!". A flawless pop masterpiece which was to get lost in the bankruptcy of Together Records and not see the light of day until it's belated 2001 release on Poptones - a release which itself became totally unavailable shortly afterwards, in a kind of bizarre replay of history. Now here it is INTENSIFIED with a number of never before released demos from his crucial 1966-1970 period, personally chosen by Sandy himself. Like the album featuring the skills of Curt Boettcher, Keith Olsen, Joey Stec, and other members of the extended Millennium family, this new edition will feature new pictures and interviews with Sandy and other participants in the legendary album sessions, making it the DEFINITIVE, Sandy-approved edition of this once lost but now found classic of Pop!
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Code: CRREV111
Weight: 200
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