The David – Another Day, Another Lifetime
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Rarity Scale – Mega Rare
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Here we have a near perfect copy of the US psychedelic cult album The David – Another Day, Another Lifetime. Released in 1967 and not be missed by the collector of US psych from the late 60’s!
We can be short about the disc. It is lovely. The playback is lovely and the vinyl surface looks fantastic. There is one small mark on Side 1 not affecting play. Both labels are superb with no spindle traces. This disc has maybe seen one recordplayer in its entire life!! It is almost impossible to find a better copy. Overall we grade the disc NM.
The sleeve is in EX+ condition. It is almost perfect and crisp! Is has only a small corner bump on the bottom corners. Further this is one of the best copies I have ever seen of this fantastic US psych classic!
Please take a very good look at the photos to get a good impression!
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The David was an American Psychedelic Rock outfit from Brentwood CA, United States.
The band was active during the mid- and late 60’s. Band members Tim Harrison and Warren Hansen were neighbours and started the group. Later their school friends Mike Butte and Chuck Spieth joined them. And final Mark Bird was added to the group.
The band released 3 singles and one album during their lifetime in the late 60’s. Eventhough the studio album is a fantastic US psych album which is a beautiful time piece, the group never made it to the major public.
After the release of their album, the band went into obscurity and completely disappeared. Only Mark Bird made a few more albums but all never did anything big. IMO it is a shame this group never received more credits back in the 60’s because the album is a true quality piece of US psychedelic music.