Round the Back by Cafe Jacques. Formed in 1973 by guitarist Chris Thomson and keyboard player Peter Veitch, they signed to CBS Records in 1976
With drummer Mike Ogletree they recorded this debut album the following year with producer Rupert Hine. The sessions featured guest appearances by Phil Collins and Caravan alumni Geoffrey Richardson and John G. Perry.
Fusing influences as diverse as Caravan, Steely Dan and Genesis, the band's debut album was an impressive work. Never issued on CD in the UK before now, this release coincides with the first Cafe Jacques concerts in many years at the end of August.
Meaningless / Ain’ T No Love In The Heart Of The City / Sands Of Singapore / Farewell My Lovely / Eberehtel / Dark Eyed Johnnie / Sandra Saphonie / None Of Your Business / Crime Passionelle / Lifeline
Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso, better known in English speaking countries as Banco, were one of the finest Italian Progressive rock band s of the 1970 s and along with compatriot s P.F.M. were one of the better known Italian groups.
A successful act in their homeland, they came to international attention when they signed to Emerson, Lake and Palmer’s label Manticore in 1975. Their first album for the label, Banco was a fine work and featured reworked material with English vocals that had originally featured on their earlier Italian albums.
This new edition of the album has been newly re-mastered and marks the albums British debut on CD and continues the comprehensive series of releases of the classic Manticore catalogue.
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