A classic since year zero of rare record collecting, Reachin' Arcesia has always been the focus of many rumors and bizarre stories.
Guerssen sets the record straight with this, the first ever legitimate reissue of this legendary album.
John Arcesi was a veteran singer of the big band era who, in the early '70s, recorded a pop album with help from an anonymous hip studio musicians.
The album was released in a private edition of 300 copies and most of them were given away to family and friends. In the late '80s, one of those copies was unearthed by record dealer Paul Major, who was one of the first people to appreciate the singularity of Reachin' Arcesia.
Since then, the album, which mixes over-the-top crooner vocals with late '60s acid-rock and pop arrangements, has developed a reputation as a lounge-psych/real people masterpiece.
Remastered and presented in a gatefold sleeve with the original artwork on the back and a new cover design on the front.
Includes insert with lyrics.
Features detailed liner notes and rare photos in the inner gatefold, telling the real story of John Arcesi.