A few years ago a bootlegged LP came out (100 copies only) and
created a "minor event" in the '60s geeks scene. Story tells
that a certain Gregg had found the tapes in a "messy garage",
where he had stored "all the material from his once full-time
profession of record salesman and producer". But well, as some
say, "God only knows" what the real story of this music was.
"Painted Brush, according to the booklet inside, were a Mexican
band which, between 1966 and 1969, taped this bunch of songs
that remained unreleased at the time. A lost '60s gem? Truth
is, it actually sounds like one. From the mono sound to the tunes and performances, everything is immersed in an undisputed
'60s feel. This is a legitimate LP-edition on 140-gram vinyl,
including an info and photo insert. Don't miss it as you won't
have another chance to get this LP, since the band stated that
there will be no reissue permit!