Offered for sale is a still sealed copy of the 1979 LP Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma by Mike Nesmith.
About this copy: This copy of Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma is a sealed original pressing on the Pacific Arts label. Unlike most sealed copies, this one does not have any cutout marks – no cut corner, no saw mark, no drill hole.
The wrap is fully intact except for a 1″ tear along the spine.
As the record is sealed, the disc is presumably new and unplayed.
A nice copy of a pretty good LP.
Background: Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma was Mike Nesmith’s ninth solo album. The LP peaked at #151 on the Billboard charts, though the song “Crusin'” received a fair amount of airplay.
As the ’70s drew to a close, Michael Nesmith’s music had still retained all of the intellect, intrinsic charm, and dry wit that had defined his tenure as a Monkee, as well as his country-rock-flavored solo material from earlier in the decade. The cryptically titled Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma was “Papa Nez”‘s ninth post-Monkees solo studio effort in as many years. The Southwestern motif that practically defined Nesmith’s First and Second National Band(s) remained throughout his late-’70s releases, although now the distinct pedal-steel guitars had been morphed into the more traditional rock & roll electric ones. …It was here that Nesmith planted the seeds of what would become MTV — as well as producing the first Grammy-winning musical home video — Elephant Parts. The feature-length title contains videos for several tunes on this album — including “Crusin’,” “Magic,” and “Flying.”
|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Pacific Arts|
|Year of Release:||1979|