Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1971 album. This was the only album by the group that had evolved from the ashes of legendary band Locomotive by bass player Mick Hincks and drummer Bob Lamb. Joined by keyboard player Keith Millar and guitarist John Caswell, the group recorded this album for EMI Records in 1970. Bizarrely issued on the Parlophone label instead of EMI's Progressive imprint Harvest, the album originally failed to sell and original LP copies now command sums in excess of £500 among collectors. A true lost classic, this reissue has been remastered from the original master tapes and includes the rare B-side of the band's only single as a bonus track. Esoteric.
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By Edward J. mccarthy Jr. on December 18, 2011
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great post locamotive psyche similar to the norman hains band if you liked that release, this release offers some of the similar sounds you got with the hains band but with a bit of folk thrown in, still great guitars loud and very 60s pete townshend sounding, really great stuff estrolic records does a great job on these long lost reissues, the remastering is great and the booklet very informative, the only problem is you may need your reading glasses to read the inlay, also this cd comes with the only single that the dog that bit people released just prior to this lp in 1971, this never sounded better, i think this will appeal to fans of heavy psyche, heavy rock and that whole london sound of the late 60s and early 70s, a fantastic long lost gem that im glad was not forgotten...........
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