Yellow Fever - Hot Tuna

Yellow Fever
Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce a new CD release of “YELLOW FEVER”, the 1975 album by the legendary JEFFERSON AIRPLANE spin off group HOT TUNA.
The album was the second by the so-called “Power Trio” era of the band, following on from the successful “America’s Choice”.

Featuring Airplane stalwarts JORMA KAUKONEN (guitars, vocals), JACK CASADY (bass) and recently recruited drummer BOB STEELER, the album continued HOT TUNA’s move away from acoustic music to a harder rock style and featured stand out tracks such as ‘Sunrise Dance With The Devil’ and ‘Bar Room Crystal Ball’.

The Esoteric Recordings edition of this fine West Coast rock album is newly remastered, fully restores all original album artwork and features a new essay.
Our Price: £10.95
Code: ECLEC2291
Weight: 200
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Released 29/06/09. Released in 1969, the eponymous album by Circus was one of the first Progressive Rock releases on the Transatlantic label, until that time primarily known as a leading Folk and Folk Rock imprint. Circus featured saxophonist and flautist Mel Collins (later to join King Crimson And Camel), along with Ian Jeff (guitar, vocals), Kirk Riddle (bass) and Chris Burrows (drums). An excellent jazz influenced Progressive work, the album featured a notable cover of Lennon & McCartney's 'Norwegian Wood' and is now a highly desirable collector's item among Progressive rock aficionados. Our Price: £10.95

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I’ve Always Wanted To Do This
Released 25/08/08. Esoteric Recordings are proud to release this classic Jack Bruce album from 1980, the result of a unique collaboration between Bruce and musicians Billy Cobham, Clem Clempson and David Sancious. A wonderful album of diversity, it saw Jack truly on form with such wonderful songs as ‘Hit And Run', ‘Livin' Without Ja', ‘Dancing on Air' and ‘Bird Alone', all written with long time collaborator Pete Brown. An overlooked gem from Jack Bruce's catalogue, the album receives an official UK CD release for the first time. Our Price: £10.95

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Little Red Record:2cd Expanded Edition
Esoteric Recordings are proud to announce the release of a Deluxe 2CD Expanded edition of Matching Mole’s album "LITTLE RED RECORD”. Formed in 1971, Matching Mole originally featured former SOFT MACHINE drummer ROBERT WYATT, former CARAVAN keyboard player DAVE SINCLAIR, guitarist PHIL MILLER, bassist BILL McCORMICK with guest keyboard player DAVE MacRAE. Their wonderful self-titled debut album was recorded between December 1971 and February 1972, following which DAVE SINCLAIR departed, with DAVE MacRAE assuming a full time role within the band. "LITTLE RED RECORD” was Matching Mole’s second marvellous album, recorded in August 1972 and was produced by KING CRIMSON leader ROBERT FRIPP. This Esoteric Recordings edition has been newly remastered from the original master tapes and is expanded to include four previously unreleased studio session alternate takes and Matching Mole’s appearance on BBC Radio One "In Concert” in July 1972. The booklet restores all original artwork and includes an essay by Sid Smith.


"On Little Red Record, more of a collective effort than its mellotron-soaked predecessor, we hear the full skit that would, in edited form, kick off the finished record. And if it sounds like they're having a blast, it's in no small part because one of the voices belongs to Alfie, Robert's new girlfriend..." (4/5*)

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Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a newly remastered edition of the classic 1975 solo album by ALAN HULL.
Best known for his wonderful work as a member of the legendary Geordie band LINDISFARNE, Alan Hull embarked on a solo career with the album "Pipedream” in 1973. When Lindisfarne disbanded he appeared in the BBC TV production "Squire”, which in turn would influence his second solo album, "SQUIRE”, recorded in December 1974 and January 1975 at Morgan studios in London.
A diverse album, "SQUIRE” is a unique album in Alan Hull’s discography and features appearances by Lindisfarne members Ray Jackson, Ray Laidlaw along with guest guitarists Micky Moody and Albert Lee.
This Esoteric Recordings release has been newly remastered from the original master tapes and includes an illustrated booklet and a new essay.

Release Date: 27/05/2013
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