Sandy Bull 's third and most experimental album is his weakest, comprised of a pair of extended tracks (17-minutes and 21-minutes each) that rely on an electric guitar output split four ways, plus the oud and finger cymbals. The results sort of resemble the Paul Butterfield Blues Band 's East-West, except that it's dull and enervating.
E Pluribus Unum (album). Studio album by Sandy Bull. E Pluribus Unum is the third album by folk guitarist Sandy Bull, released in 1969 through Vanguard Records.
E Pluribus Unum is also an album by Sandy Bull, where the artist plays all the instruments (by means of multi-track recording).
|1||E Pluribus Unum I||5:45|
|2||E Pluribus Unum II||7:40|
|3||E Pluribus Unum III||6:04|
|4||E Pluribus Unum IV||6:33|
|5||E Pluribus Unum V||7:21|
|6||E Pluribus Unum VI||2:57|
- Written-By, Producer, Mastered By – John Goff
- Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Will Goff
NotesTrack 6 is not listed on packaging.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 81851 02042 9