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The New Tweedy Bros.]; Judi Biandel
The New Tweedy Bros. (Original Art Mockup)
[no publisher], [Portland?]. [Late 1960s]. Single-sheet white cardstock measuring 14"x14", with original black painted design covering a 12"x12" area, signed on the back in pencil by Judi Biandel. Appears to an original artist's mockup for the 1960s Portland rock band The New Tweedy Bros., with a nearly-identical image of the four band members being used for posters and later included in the 2017 re-issue pf the band's only LP, though the colors are inverted. It could possibly have been a mock-up for an LP that never materialized to be released by Dot Records, who released a 7" for the band whose LP eventually came out on Ridon. It is the size of an LP sleeve, the colors appear inverted from other examples found on band flyers, but the lettering is not inverted. Very Good with masking tape applied along rear edges, two small areas of tape damage to rear. A legendary psychedelic-pop band based in Portland, Oregon who inspired the Grateful Dead. Their original self-titled LP on Ridon is one of the most collectable and hard to find albums of the era. Contemporary original artwork for the band is very uncommon. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA [Portland, OR, U.S.A.]
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