ELMER GANTRY'S VELVET OPERA - FLAMES

ELMER GANTRY'S VELVET OPERA

FLAMES

7"
Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera was a British Rock band active in the late 1960s. Their first recording was the single "Flames" (November 1967) which was later covered on stage by Led Zeppelin.
  • Limited RSD 2014 issue of 750 numbered copies
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Catalog # : MOV7024Format : 1 7", 50 gramReleasedate : 2014-04-19
Barcode : 8718469535781Sleeve : SpecialOriginal Release : 1967 

Side A

1. Flames

Side B

1. Salisbury Plain

Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, at various times also known as "Velvet Opera", was a British Rock band active in the late 1960s. The group emerged from a soul/blues band called 'The Five Proud Walkers', and after supporting Pink Floyd on tour, they were inspired to change their approach and become a more psychedelic outfit. Their first recording was the single "Flames" (November 1967) which was later covered on stage by Led Zeppelin.

  • Limited RSD 2014 issue of 750 numbered copies