First ever legit vinyl reissue, sanctioned by the band members, of this collectable psych/folk/hard–rock album from 1973.
Brigg were a rural Pennsylvania folk–tinged psychedelic band formed by three high school friends: Rob Morse, Jeff Willoughby and Rusty Foulke. In 1973, they borrowed the money to record their first album together. They called it BRIGG after one member saw the name in a dream. It was recorded at a grocery store converted into a 4–track studio. The photos for the cover were taken in a purportedly haunted house in Danville. The band members pressed 1000 copies and sold some to their friends but never played a live show together. They divided the remaining copies between them and went their separate ways. Several decades later, the BRIGG album became a collector¢s item and was bootlegged all over the world.
This is the first ever legit vinyl reissue.
*Original artwork in heavy cardboard sleeve
*Insert with liner notes and photos.
"A mix of basement hardrock and rural hippie prog–folk"
– Patrick Lundborg (Acid Archives)