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Bringing together the raw jazz, rock and blues talent of Graham Bond with Cream and Jack Bruce lyricist Pete Brown. Graham Bond was at the vanguard of 60s British musicians pioneering fusions of jazz, r’n’b and the newly emerging rock sensibility, most notably in his own seminal Graham Bond Organisation, which included the likes of Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall-Smith and, briefly, John McLaughlin.

Pete Brown composed lyrics for some of the most classic songs of the 60’sfor Cream including White Room and Sunshine of Your Love as well as inspirational beat poetry . After the demise of Brown’sband Piblokto (also highly regarded in rock circles), Bond and Brown came together. A fusion of jazz, rock and Afro influences they created a truly unique album that was to prove Graham Bond’sfinal recorded work before his tragic death in 1974. Featuring a wealth of bonus material, this welcome reissue is a tribute to Graham Bond’slegacy and the enduring talent of Pete Brown.

Weight 200 kg


Lost Tribe / IG The Pig / Oobati / Amazing Grass / Scunthorpe Crabmeat Train Sideways Boogie Shuffle Stomp / CFDT (Colonel Fright's Dancing Terrapins) / Mass Debate / Looking For Time Bonus Tracks - Milk Is Turning Sour In My Shoes / Macumbe


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