THE BROOD - Since He's Been Gone
You've Got Me Cryin'

THE BROOD perform two 60's evergreens from the New England area, produced & arranged by NE historian Erik Lindgren at the New England Sound Studios, and released in 1990 on STANTON PARK RECORDS (STP-014) with a duo-tone picture sleeve. Produced by fellow NE discographer Aram Heller. The non-LP A-Side, "Since He's Been Gone" was originally done by The Young Alley Cats of Connecticut, and incorporates the use of a vintage Honey 'Psychedelic Machine' on the guitar, creating fuzz & vibrato at the same time! The flip is "You've Got Me Cryin", originally by The Mauve of Boston, Mass. and employs the cryptic 1-3 tambourine beat, a New England trait prevalent in many Brood songs. New England author Nathaniel Hawthorne is quoted. The record & sleeve are unplayed MINT!