Burnin Red Ivanhoe, in their most fertile phase of existing from 1969 till 1972, were one of Denmark's finest groups from the period. Their innovative and powerful mixture of psychedelic and progressive rock along with mild experimental or jazz influences gained some international recognition in Germany, UK and the U.S.. Comparisons might be drawn to Traffic, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd and Colosseum (Dag Erik Asbjornsen). Being tired of demanding tours, Burnin Red Ivanhoe decided to disband in spring 1972. Before this they recorded 'Miley Smile/Stage Recall' during an eight hour session live in the studio on 16/4/1972. Apart from a short rendition of 'Ivanhoe I Brondbyerne' from the first album 'M144', all material was fresh from their current tour programm including some never before released titles. This album underlines the band's perfect live play abilities, the exceptional skills of the musicians playing their instruments. For more than 2 years this was the band's last recording, as Karsten Vogel started a new band with new musicians: the also highly appreciated Secret Oyster (5 albums, all on Long Hair, CD and vinyl versions). The album comes with comprehensive linernotes by Karsten Vogel and rare photos on the insert. The music was warmly and mildly remastered. Don't miss this highlight of Danish progressive rock music.