Salem 66 - Frequency And Urgency - Vinyl album on Homestead Records 1987

Salem 66 – Frequency And Urgency – Vinyl album on Homestead Records 1987

 

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Salem 66 – Frequency And Urgency – Vinyl Album

Brand new, never played and still sealed in the original plastic seal
Homestead Records 1987
Small hole in jacket

Salem 66 was an indie group formed in 1982 by Judy Grunwald, Elisabeth Kaplan and Susan Merriam. At the time a serious all female rock band was somewhat unusual. Through the eighties, the band added and subtracted members, including Robert Wilson, Stephen Smith, Tim Condon, and Jim Vincent. The band lasted until 1989 and was an important part of the Boston alternative indie music scene during the 1980s. They recorded and released records on Homestead Records, a label founded by Gerard Cosloy. Their music was described as folk punk, but they could be called jangle pop and a loose association can be made with the Paisley Underground and groups such as R.E.M..

Track Listing
1. Postcard
2. Holiday
3. Bad News
4. Grunesella Daze
5. Wander Lust
6. Broken Bottles
7. People Express
8. Blue
9. Desk Clerk
10 Widows Walk

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