Little is known about the PVO other than that they were an early '70s Long Island-based group who highly valued their anonymity. The words "hippie" and "commune" are frequently used on those rare occasions when their name comes up.
Information about their personnel is virtually nonexistent, and no one seems to know anybody who was affiliated with the band or what else these people may have done.
They recorded and self-released three albums over the course of the 1970s, but… read more
|1||Memories - including: Kennebec Chatter, The Fair, Dancehall Days and Others||117 listeners|
|2||Super Music Man||101 listeners|
|3||Songbird of the South||100 listeners|
|4||Ballet for a Small Apartment||90 listeners|
|5||Did You Ever See a Lady Act that Way||81 listeners|
|6||Children's Anthem - Let Us Sing a Love Song||80 listeners|
|7||Waiting at the Theatre||80 listeners|
|8||A Long Way from Home||75 listeners|
|9||Ikey Tells of a Certain Sailor Rose||72 listeners|
|10||The Last Train||72 listeners|