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Something New - Dino Valente* - Dino Valente (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Yozshukazahn says:
    DINO VALENTI. Valenti, as Ben Fong-Torres wrote in his profile on the singer in Rolling Stone,had a reputation as "the 'underground Dylan'," and Columbia Records was going to try and capitalize on it."When Dino first signed with Epic, for [Columbia executive] Clive Davis, that was a big feather in his cap," claims Quicksilver Messenger Service guitarist Gary Duncan.
  2. Mikagami says:
    Mar 25,  · To say that Dino Valente had his share of issues would be a world class understatement. Sure, mot people were instantly attracted to him due to his work with Quicksilver Messenger Service, though fans of that band quickly discovered that what was offered on this solo outing was rather confused and lacked any real structures other than his personification and attempt to ride the same /5(33).
  3. Mele says:
    Jul 10,  · dee and dino deliver ‘something new’ Frank Wilson had one more shot with “I’ll Try Something New” while producing Britain’s Kiki Dee in Detroit in The result didn’t make the singer’s sole Motown album, Great Expectations, but was inserted into a subsequent U.K. compilation of her work, Love Makes The World Go Round.
  4. Arazuru says:
    All songs by Dino Valenti, except where noted. *Dino Valenti - Vocals, Guitar The Dino Valenti story Dino Valenti with Quicksilver Messenger Service Q. M. S. (1st album, japan remastered mini Lp replica) Castles In The Sand Just For Love ( japan remastered mini Lp .
  5. Kazinris says:
    First-ever vinyl re-issue of the psych classic by Dino Valente (Quicksilver Messenger Service) First time commercially available in glorious MONO Recorded under the supervision of Bob Johnston (Dylan, Cohen, Cash) Remastered from the original tapes by Grammy-winning engineer Warren Russell-Smith Original liner notes by Ralph Gleason/5(30).
  6. Jugrel says:
    Dino Valente's eponymous solo album has gathered a cult following over the years. It's heavily reverbed 12 string and vocals lending mystery to one of the most enigmatic performers ever to emerge from the 60's Village Folk boom/5(11).
  7. Nakree says:
    A former carnival artist, Dino Valenti became an influential figure in Greenwich Village folk circles during the early '60s. Disillusioned with New York’s restrictiveness, the singer fled to California where he recorded his debut single, "Birdses," for the Elektra Records label.
  8. Nilmaran says:
    First-ever vinyl reissue of the psych classic by Dino Valente (Quicksilver Messenger Service) First time commercially available in Mono Recorded under the supervision of Bob Johnston (Dylan, Cohen, Cash) Original liner notes by Ralph Gleason.

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