Innocence - The Innocence

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Sealed 1967 Stereo Original. Custom Song Hype Sticker On Jacket, Cut Out Hole. “When It Comes To Records On Which They Were The Performers, Prolific Songwriters, Singers, And Producers Pete Andreoli And Vinnie Poncia, Jr. Might Be Best Known For Their Discs As The Tradewinds. Lesser Known Is This 1967 Self-Titled Album By The Innocence, Which Is Pop/Rock At Its Bounciest And Frothiest. It's An Apt Title For Both Album And Band, Considering It's From A Time When Much Rock Was Getting Decidedly Less Innocent By The Minute. In Contrast, The Innocence Offered Perky, Well-Crafted To The Point Of Well-Scrubbed Tunes With The Slightest Of Influences From Folk-Rock And Psychedelia. Some Of The Songs -- Including The Top 40 Hit "There's Got To Be A Word (Beyond The Meaning Of Love)" And The Smaller Hit "Mairzy Doats" -- Could Have Been Relics From The Tin Pin Alley/Music Hall Era, Though Dressed Up With Harmonies And Arrangements That Could Have Only Been Possible In The Sunshine Pop Era.” - Richie Unterberger, AMG

Artist: Innocence Title: The Innocence Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Kama Sutra Catalog ID: KLPS 8059 Country: USA Our ID: 101595
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