Transition - Zoot Money

Released 12/10/09.Highly sought after Zoot Money album that bridges the gap between his jazzy, bluesy, soulful Big Roll Band and his psychedelic excursions with Dantalion's Chariot. Recorded as a solo set between the two in 1966, it didn't get released until 68 first time around, post DC's only release.

Features Andy Summers (later of The Police) on all tracks. Blue-eyed soulful vocals from Zoot and his distinctive groovy organ mix set off by sitar in places as this sits pivotal to the genre-hopping Money's sound that made him part of the early 60s blues boom, the beat clubs and the mod scene and even the emerging psyche movement. Re-mastered from the original re-baked quarter inch tapes. First time on CD.

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Code: PSALM2319
Weight: 200
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