Magician: Vinyl LPJBH094LP
Label: Trunk Records
Release Date: 1st July
We live for these records here at Limited Addition Records, the cover looks proggy, it's a mysterious jazz fusion record from the 70s, it has a cool and smooth, dark but welcoming jazz, saxophone that seduces and keys that take us to the cosmos plus it's out on Trunk Records. It will not be around long, YOU NEED THIS!
For those who dig: Ian Carr Nucleus, Arawak, smooth jazz fusion, Missus Beastly, Sven Wunder...
OVERVIEW: WOW. Looks like a 1970 Prog LP. Sounds like an incredible 1973 library LP. Is actually a sublime 1977 British jazz / fusion LP.
Mythically rare British album from the late 1970s, only a handful of original copies have ever been found. This is because a 1977 British jazz album that looked like a 1970 prog album that was issued on a brand new label that didn’t know what it was really doing was never going to sell. And it didn’t. It will now though. This is a unique jazz / fusion album from the period, sounding like an incredibly hip 1973 library LP, all super funky, occasionally dark, atmospheric, and very hip indeed. Performed by a killer line up of top musicians, including the legendary Barbara Thompson. Buy this LP. You will NEVER find an original.
PACKAGING: REPRODUCTION OF CLASSIC AND SUPER RARE UK ONLY ORIGINAL. WITH NEW AND VERY INFORMATIVE SLEEVENOTES. OF COURSE.
A1 House Of Purple Mist (8:01)
A2 Drowned Village (3:53)
A3 Playground (7:26)
B1 Bazaar (5:51)
B2 Musk (6:54)
B3 Morass (6.54)