Absolutely bonkers but hugely ahead of its time sonic jazz exploration from Salvador Dali collaborator, moog pioneer and friend of Albert Ayler. If this doesn't give you an idea of what to expect then think long and hard about Nina Simone on acid. Peacock has finally got the rights back for this long unavailable classic so here it is again in all its glory remastered and with unseen photos.
Vinyl LP £28.99 FDR601LP
Remastered LP on Future Days Recordings.
CD £13.49 FDR601
CD on Future Days Recordings.
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7/10 Jack 26th May 2016
Maybe an acquired taste. I liked the song "Pony" when I first heard it years ago, and that led me to check this album out, but it is one of the more accessible songs. Most of the other songs require some time to accommodate, and sound jarring at first listen, which will probably discourage a lot of listeners, but there is a quirky musical talent that can be heard through the weirdness, for those willing to put in the effort. Once you have been snared by the strength of the songwriting, it shouldn't be long before the Moog nonsense falls into the background.
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