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Robert John Gallo - Painted Poetry - Canada Psych Folk LP
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Robert John Gallo - Painted Poetry



Jam Records / Capitol Records

Canada Issue


Record VG+ VG++ only light scuffs


Cover has water damage 6 inches front and back and is torn ( see pic)

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Wake Up 3:26
Love Is Like a Circle 2:56
Here In My Room 2:11
Time to Feel the Pain 3:27
It's the World 2:55
Lend Me a Dollar 3:13


Simple Song 2:34
Carry On Carol 3:12
I Don't Usually 2:52
Tear Down the Circus Robert John Gallo 2:27
I Lost My Way Robert John Gallo 1:49
Painted Poetry 2:38

In 1972, Robert John Gallo took refuge in the anonymity away from the spotlight,

The euphoria of the sixties, yet John Robert was isolated in Canada. "A New place to live". He released his first album in 1972 with the evocative title "A New place to live.
. The same year he published "Painted Poetry" album of pop folk complexes and sophisticated sounds reached unexpected heights


Robert John Gallo (Guitar), Robert John Gallo (Percussion), Robert John Gallo (Guitar (Bass)), Robert John Gallo (Keyboards), Joey Carbone (Guitar (Bass)), Joey Carbone (Keyboards), Tom Castagnaro (Percussion), Ron Congro (Percussion), Bob Dorsa (Guitar (Bass)), Howie Emerson (Guitar), Don V. Lorusso (Guitar (Bass)), Richie Zito (Guitar), Richie Zito (Guitar (Bass))

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 March, 2010.

 
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