Released in the Spring of 1971, ‘Paladin’ was the debut album from this creative band. Formed the previous year by Keith Webb and Pete Solley (both ex-members of Terry Reid’s band), Paladin encompassed all that was experimental in early 70’s rock. Fusing the worlds of jazz, rock and ethnic Cuban music, Paladin’s debut album was both powerful and rhythmic, in places echoing excursions by bands such as TRAFFIC, MANFRED MANN’s CHAPTER THREE and GINGER BAKER’s AIRFORCE. One of the first signings to Bronze records, Paladin shared a home with URIAH HEEP, COLOSSEUM et al and were highly regarded. With this 24-bit remastered edition from ESOTERIC RECORDINGS, Paladin’s debut release has never sounded better.

Weight 200 kg


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