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The Salvation Army / The Salvation Army
Frontier Records FLP-1008 (1982)(US) Hard to find debut Record featuring The Three O'Clock. Since Michael Quercio was the driving force
from the start, this really isn't too far removed from the Three O'Clock material in general, but like the earliest Dream Syndicate singles,
it's a good portrait of a band getting its act together. The Record and Cover are in great (Very Good++ to Mint-) condition...$60.00

Michael Quercio The Salvation Army Three O'Clock lp



The Three O'Clock / Baroque Hoedown (EP)
Frontier Records FLP-1010 (1982)(US) Original issue 12" Record EP. The Three O'Clock found its sound on this essential EP from L.A.'s
influential Paisley Underground scene. "With a Cantaloupe Girlfriend" and "I Go Wild" capture the essence of the swirling psych-pop
sound the band had naively mastered by this time, and their cover of the Easybeats' "Sorry" is worth the price of admission alone.
The 5-track Record and Cover (with shrinkwrap) are in excellent (Very Good++ to Mint-) condition...$15.00

Michael Quercio The Salvation Army Three O'Clock Baroque Hoedown ep lp
                               
Michael Quercio The Salvation Army Three O'Clock Sixteen Tambourines lp
The Three O'Clock / Sixteen Tambourines
Frontier Records FLP-1012 (1983)(US) Original issue Record. As The Three O'Clock matured, they naturally got better technically.
No longer a loose garage outfit, hard work by the band and keen production by L.A. pop whiz Earle Mankey was starting to pay off.
The Record and Cover (with insert) are in excellent (Very Good++) condition...$10.00



The Three O'Clock / Arrive Without Travelling (Promo)
IRS Records 5591 (1985)(US) Promotional issue Record. Recorded in Berlin with British producer Mike Hedges, "Arrive Without Travelling"
(the title, complete with U.K. spelling, comes from George Harrison's "The Inner Light") has a big, brash sound, from the blaring opener
"Her Head's Revolving" to the multiply overdubbed choral vocals and hypnotic drum patterns of the closer "Spun Gold."
The Record and Cover (with title sticker and promo cut) are in great (Very Good++ to Mint-) condition...$10.00

Michael Quercio The Salvation Army Three O'Clock Arrive Without Travelling lp
                               
Michael Quercio The Salvation Army Three O'Clock Hand In Hand 12
The Three O'Clock / Hand In Hand (12" EP)(Import)
IRS Records IRT-101 (1985)(UK) Import issue 12" Record on UK vinyl. As The Three O'Clock matured, they naturally got better technically.
No longer a loose garage outfit, hard work by the band and keen production by L.A. pop whiz Earle Mankey was starting to pay off.
The Record and Cover (with insert) are in excellent (Very Good++) condition...$15.00



The Three O'Clock / Ever After (Promo)
IRS Records 5833 (1986)(US) Promotional issue Record. "Ever After" was The Three O'Clock's second and final album for IRS.
It included a few winners, like the touching closer "Songs and Gentle Words" and the delightful "The Penny Girls."
The Record and Cover (with promo stamp and lyric insert) are in great (Mint-) condition...$10.00

Michael Quercio The Salvation Army Three O'Clock Ever After lp
                               
Michael Quercio The Salvation Army Three O'Clock  Vermillion lp     Michael Quercio The Salvation Army Three O'Clock  Vermillion lp
The Three O'Clock / Vermillion (Promo)
WB/Paisley Park Records 25717 (1986)(US) Promotional issue Record with 4-page Biography and 8" X 10" b&w photo of The Three O'Clock.
For their Warner Brothers/Paisley Park debut (Prince was a fan), "Vermillion", Jason Falkner was added on guitar. There are some great
songs here, especially Michael Quercio's gentle ballad "Through the Sleepy Town" and Jason Falkner's "Love Has No Heart."
The Record and Cover (promo stamp with bio/photo) are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$25.00




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