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The sole album by cultish british prog-blues combo. Originally released in 1970 on influential label Vertigo, their self-titled album is still one of the most original effort of the England jazz-rock scene. Fronted by Linda Hoyle, a powerful vocalist who sounds like a cross between Carol King and Julie Driscoll, the line-up was completed by Mo Foster (bass), Mike Jupp (electric and 12-string guitars), Lynton Naiff (keyboards) and Grant Serpell (drums and percussion). Their eclectic mixture was truly compelling, moving over a certain psychedelic feel, thanks also to the ubiquitous Hammond organ. A singular effort that made definitely history.  

 ‘Affinity’ was their only album, first released by Vertigo in 1970. The group’s blend of rock and fusion jazz retains its refreshing appeal and Linda Hoyle is a distinctive singer, whose work is now gaining wider recognition and respect.

Cat. number: REP 5200
Year: 2012
℗1970 Vertigo Records © 2010 Repertoire Records Issued as a gatefold LP mini-replica with sixteen-page booklet. Release states Bluebase Studios.

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