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Keyboard player and vocalist Eddie Hardin and drummer Pete York had first played together in the second incarnation of the Spencer Davis Group, following Steve Winwood’s departure to form Traffic.

In 1969 Hardin & York struck out on their own to form a highly unique duo utilising powerful Hammond Organ work and percussion to record a series of wonderful albums in the Progressive / Jazz Rock vein. ‘The World’s Smallest Big Band’ was their second album and featured recordings made at Olympic Studios and material recorded live at De Lane Lea studios in front of a small audience. A popular attraction in Europe, the record remains a noted highlight of their career. This Esoteric Recordings reissue includes eight bonus tracks!

Weight 200 kg
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1. JUST A CASE OF TIME
2. I CAN’T FIND MY WAY HOME
3. LOVE, A SONG FOR YOU
4. ROCK & ROLL MEDLEY
(a) JAILHOUSE ROCK
(b) MEAN WOMAN BLUES
(c) RIP IT UP!
5. THE PIKE
6. "NORTHERN MEDLEY”
(a) LADY MADONNA
(b) NORWEGIAN WOOD
BONUS TRACKS
7. EVERYONE I KNOW
8. COWBOY
9. IF I COULD JOIN THEM
10. DAVID DIFFICULT
11. TOMORROW TODAY
12. CANDLELIGHT
13. LITTLE MISS BLUE
14. CAN’T KEEP A GOOD MAN DOWN

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