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• NEW REMASTERED AND EXPANDED RELEASE OF THE 1971 DEBUT ALBUM BY THE LEGENDARY JADE WARRIOR
• REMASTERED FROM THE ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES
• WITH FULLY RESTORED ARTWORK AND A NEW ESSAY

Formed in 1970, Jade Warrior were one of the most original British bands to emerge during the Progressive Rock era. The first incarnation of Jade Warrior featured Tony Duhig (guitars) and Jon Field (flutes, percussion), both of whom had been in the Psychedelic group July, and Glyn Havard (bass, vocals).

Signing to the Vertigo label, the band recorded their self- titled debut album in March 1971. A remarkable work, ‘Jade Warrior’ would be the template upon which the band would build their unique sound – venturing stylistically between ethnic music, melodic, gentle ethereal and ambient sounds and heavier guitar driven rock.

Upon its release, ‘Jade Warrior’ was acclaimed by critics and has since acquired legendary status for its sheer inventiveness.

This expanded Esoteric Recordings edition has been newly remastered from the original Vertigo Records master tapes and features an early, previously unreleased version of ‘Telephone Girl’ as a bonus track. It also restores the original album artwork and features a booklet with new essay.

Track Listing:

1 The Traveller
2 A Prenormal Day At Brighton
3 Masai Morning
4 Windweaver
5 Dragonfly Day
6 Petunia
7 Telephone Girl
8 Psychiatric Sergeant
9 Slow Ride
10 Sundial Song
Bonus track
11 Telephone Girl (first version) (previously unreleased)

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1 The Traveller
2 A Prenormal Day At Brighton
3 Masai Morning
4 Windweaver
5 Dragonfly Day
6 Petunia
7 Telephone Girl
8 Psychiatric Sergeant
9 Slow Ride
10 Sundial Song
Bonus track
11 Telephone Girl (first version) (previously unreleased)

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