The Day the World Turned Blue

The great singer-songwriter Gene Vincent was called a hero by the Beatles and was an idol to many. The incredible life of the 'The Black Leather Rebel' should be made into a movie one of these days (Race With the Devil). His 16 year career was filled with glorious highs and devastating tragedies, until his untimely death at age 36 on Oct 12th 1971, a few months after the release of this LP. This is one of his more overlooked albums, but contains some truly great songs: How I Love Them Old Songs (Mickey Newbury song); High on Life (Ronnie Self song); North Carolina Line; You Can Make It if You Try; Our Souls; There is Something on Your Mind; The Day the World Turned Blue; Boppin' the Blues (Carl Perkins song); Looking Back; Oh Lonesome Me (Don Gibson song); and The Woman in Black. Produced by Tom Ayres. This is an original 1970 pressing on KAMA SUTRA RECORDS (KSBS-2027). One record jacket has the call letters WMPG written on it & the vinyl appears in overall Excellent condition. Another copy of the LP is in overall Excellent condition, both cover & vinyl. On the third copy of this LP that I have right now, there is a promo sticker on the front cover & the record label indicates that it is a promo. The vinyl appears in overall beautiful near MINT condition!
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