|A recurring rule of CACs is that if you don’t want to make your album cover crappy is occasionally in the attempt to overvalue the art of their children and make their art. The motorhome (bus?) looks like a hot dog on wheels.
No information on “Sounds of VIctory” (or is the band name “Jesus Freak?) that I could find.
|You certainly can’t possibly get more late ’60s than this design. These ladies were from The Vassar College Glee Club in Rhode Island.
They sing “America”, “White Rabbit”, and other 60s contemporary (at the time) hits from folk and acid rock genres.
The G-Stringers have been in existence since at least 1965, and various incarnations of them have performed at Carnegie Hall.