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National Health – Re-mastered Edition
Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a new re-mastered edition of the classic 1978 debut album by National Health. Evolving from Canterbury stylists Hatfield & the north, National Health featured the talents of Dave Stewart on keyboards, Pip Pyle on drums and Phil Miller on guitar along with guests such as Jimmy Hastings. At various times the group also included such luminaries as Bill Bruford, Mont Campbell and Alan Gowen. Released by Affinity Records in February 1978, the album is a classic of the 'Canterbury' style and is sure to be a much sought after release by all aficionados of the genre. This re-mastered edition is issued alongside National Health's 'Of Queues and Cures' album this month.
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