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Blue Ash- Abracadabra 7” ~REISSUE!

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Blue Ash- Abracadabra 7".  Although they look like a dirty, greazy 70’s hard rock band, Blue Ash were actually an American power pop band formed in 1969 in Ohio. This cool little reissue features a demo version of the long lost gem ‘Abracadabra’ that originally appeared on their debut single released on Mercury Records in 1973. Many Blue Ash fans have never heard this version recorded in 1972 in Youngstown, OH. The B-side of this single features an unheard studio gem called “Hippy Hippy Shake”, which is an unreleased cover of of the Chan Romero classic. Nice warm and fuzzy 70's Power-Pop at its very best with liner notes by Frank Secich and the single comes housed inside a slick looking full-color 7” jacket!

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