The Canterbury Music Festival ‎– Rain & Shine

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Rev-Ola ‎– CR REV 33, Rev-Ola ‎– cr rev 33
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1 The Canterbury Music Festival First Spring Rain 3:03
2 The Canterbury Music Festival Sunny Day 2:23
3 The Canterbury Music Festival Sharin 2:35
4 The Canterbury Music Festival Why Does Everybody Run To Home
Written-By – Infanzon*, Infanzon*, Gemelle*
2:41
5 The Canterbury Music Festival Girl Of The Skies
Written-By – Medress*, Siegel*, Margo*, Margo*
2:38
6 The Canterbury Music Festival Super Duper Trooper
Written-By – Infanzon*, Infanzon*
1:59
7 The Canterbury Music Festival You're The Only Good For Me 2:40
8 The Canterbury Music Festival Mr. Snail
Written-By – Medress*, Siegel*, Margo*, Margo*
2:25
9 The Canterbury Music Festival Poor Man
Written-By – Medress*, Siegel*, Margo*, Margo*
1:55
10 The Canterbury Music Festival The Son Of A Preacherman
Written-By – Hurley*, Wilkins*
2:07
11 The Canterbury Music Festival Angelina 2:27
12 The Train (2) Pamela
Written-By – Infanzon*, Infanzon*
2:17

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Track 1 to 11: originally released as LP on B.T. Puppy Records (cat# BTPS-1018) for 150 copies in 1968. The first pressing of 'First Spring Rain' (Track 1) c/w 'Poor Man' (Track 9) 7" released under their alias "We Ugly Dogs". The second pressing of this 7" has the changed name, "The Canterbury Music Festival".
Track 12: non LP bonus track, originally released as a 7" A-side on Avco Embassy (cat# AVE-4507) under the band name "The Train", possibly recorded by different band with Roger Gemelle on lead vocals.

Sound recreation at Sound Mastering, London.

Cat# on back cover and spine: "cr rev 33".
Cat# on disc label: "CR REV 33".

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September 4, 2012
In 2010 or so I saw a vinyl (must be a bootleg) of this great album at Amoeba on Telegraph. Should have bought it even though I had it on CD because I can't see any reference to a vinyl reissue anywhere. They sound a lot like the Gestures but a little more kitsch. Some good songs though on here! If anyone knows of vinyl availability please post info.