Dick Rosmini – A Genuine Rosmini - 1969- Country, Soul (vinyl) One awesome guitarist!
Dick Rosmini – A Genuine Rosmini - 1969- Country, Soul (vinyl)
stock photo only
Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 9 - slight cover wear / corner clipped
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 10 perfect
side 2 -10
BIN # 130
Rosmini is best known for his role in the American "folk revival" of the 1960s as a session player and accompanist. A Genuine Rosmini was Rosmini's second and last solo album. He recorded only four albums under his own name, two of them instructional albums.
A Genuine Rosmini consists mostly of solos with backing for 6- and 12-string solo guitar, electric guitar. Rosmini sings on "Let's Go Get Stoned". The album exhibits the contemporary shift away from 'pure' early 60s folk to a hybrid style incorporating electric instruments and well-known popular songs.
|A2||The Fool On The Hill||2:44|
|A3||Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind||2:21|
|A4||Licks For Sale||2:44|
|A5||Trains And Boats And Planes||2:50|
|B1||Let's Go Get Stoned||2:26|
|B3||People Got To Be Free||2:19|
|B4||With A Little Help From My Friends||2:53|
|B5||I Heard It Through The Grapevine||2:50|