Elliott, Dean - Zounds! What Sounds!

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Stunning 1962 Full Dimensional Stereo Original (Logo At Top). If You Think Dick Schory's "Music For Bang Barrrooom And Harp" Is A Difficult To Find LP, This One Takes Rarity To Another Level. First Stereo Copy We Have Seen In This Condition In Over Ten Years. This Recording Has Everything A Zany Audiophile Needs: Stunning Sound, Dozens Of Unusual "Instruments" And Superb Cheesecake Cover Art To Boot. The Inspiration For This Album Occurred When Dean Elliott Stopped At A Traffic Light And Heard The Rhythmic Pulse Of A Cement Mixer. "This" He Thought, "Has A Terrific Beat. How Would It Go With A Melody?" This Album Is His Own Ingenious Answer To That Question Featuring Automobile Effects, Coffee Cans, Corks Popping, Hand Saw, Tree Bells, Trains Rumbling, Wolf Whistles And Many More Played By The Top Studio Musicians Of The Day. A Beautiful Period Piece Of Americana.

Artist: Elliott, Dean Title: Zounds! What Sounds! Genre: Jazz Type: Used - LP Label: Capitol Catalog ID: ST 1818 Country: USA Our ID: 52866
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