Blue Cheer – Blue Cheer sealed 1969 U.S. LP

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A sealed U.S. pressing of the 1969 LP Blue Cheer by Blue Cheer.

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Offered for sale is an original still sealed U.S. pressing of the fourth album by Blue Cheer, the self-titled Blue Cheer.

About this copy: This copy of Blue Cheer is a sealed original 1969 U.S. pressing on the Philips label.

As the album is still sealed, the record is presumably new and unplayed.

The wrap is fully intact, with no rips or tears.  There is a small punch hole in the lower right hand corner.

A nice copy of a scarce Blue Cheer LP, as all the albums after the first one are rather scarce.

Background: Released in 1969, Blue Cheer was the fourth album by the band of the same name.  The album did not reach the U.S. album charts.

Allmusic.com gave Blue Cheer a 3 1/2 star review:

After working with two monstrously loud guitar heroes, Leigh Stephens and Randy Holden, Blue Cheer wanted to pursue a more subtle musical direction, and on their fourth album, simply titled Blue Cheer, they followed the path of the first half of 1969’s New! Improved! Blue Cheer, featuring guitarist Bruce Stephens and keyboard man Ralph Burns Kellogg, instead of the power trio format they pioneered on their first two albums and the second half of New! Improved! with Holden. Drummer Paul Whaley had also dropped out of the band by album number four, with Norman Mayell taking over the traps and leaving bassist and singer Dickie Peterson as the only original member of Blue Cheer, all within two years of the release of Vincebus Eruptum. Given all these changes, it’s no wonder Blue Cheer sounds so much different than they did on the band’s first two LP’s, but so long as you’re not expecting the monolithic power of their earliest stuff, it’s a fun album that generates an impressive groove. …. If Vincebus Eruptum and Outsideinside sounded like music for an acid-and-amphetamine-crazed Saturday night biker party, Blue Cheer is the stuff the same bikers would put on for a Sunday beer-and-weed cookout; it’s a more laid-back and relaxed effort, but it still rocks with a strong and steady roll.

 

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Philips
Catalog Number:
PHS-600-333
Year of Release: 1969
Format: Stereo
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Additional information

Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 12.4 × 12.4 × 0.2 in