Kak ‎– Kak

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Epic ‎– BN 26429
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Tracklist

A1 HCO 97655 1:35
A2 Everything's Changing 4:02
A3 Electric Sailor 3:04
A4 Disbelievin' 3:56
A5 I've Got Time 3:37
A6 Flowing By 3:55
B1 Bryte 'N' Clear Day 3:45
Trieulogy
B2a (I) Golgotha 3:10
B2b (II) Mirage 2:07
B2c (III) Rain 2:54
B3 Lemonaide Kid 6:00

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Credits

Notes

Yellow Epic labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out info [hand-etched] side A): XSB 13846-1C
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out info [hand-etched] side B): XSB 13847-1C

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EK 48534 Kak Kak(CD, Album, RE) Epic EK 48534 US Unknown Sell This Version
BN 26429, XSB 138476 Kak Kak(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, 180) Epic, Epic BN 26429, XSB 138476 US Unknown Sell This Version
EK 48534 Kak Kak(CD, Album, RE) Epic EK 48534 US 1992 Sell This Version
EP 1229 Kak Kak(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Epoque Records EP 1229 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
5712 Kak Kak(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Dino (3) 5712 Italy 1988 Sell This Version

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OkoSu

OkoSu

November 7, 2018
The copy I owned many years ago came in an thick cardboard cover which was pasted on back. Labels were lemon yellow. Didn't see such a copy again. Copies sold since as original first pressings are all housed in an thin unipack single sleeve which is strange because all other US Epic covers from the same time period were manufactured in a most common way - of thick cardboard pasted on back, just like the copy I used to keep in my collection. Maybe that copy was a Canadian one (I do not recall any mentioning of Canada neither on cover or labels though)?
Anyhow, there are Canadian pressings of US bands from the late sixties not included at Discogs' .
Or it was the real, genuine US original first pressing, being so rare and elusive?
dsyn2spin

dsyn2spin

October 5, 2018
Gary Yoder went on to play in Blue Cheer, among other groups.
This is certainly a very important LP to the evolution of the west coast
and more specifically the bay area psychedelic rock sound.
"Electric Sailor" is an excellent composition. Very laid back and acid tinged
vibes for sure. This was heavily booted in Europe in the late 80's, early 90's.
gypsytrypz

gypsytrypz

October 24, 2017
Is there in fact a reissue with the yellow label??? Or is it only the darker 80's label??
Buzzdim

Buzzdim

March 15, 2015

Phenomenal piece of vinyl in wonderful cover. If you have any interest in psychedelic music you should try this!