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Third Eye

Sound Cycles (2LP)

Label: 678 Records

Format: 2LP

Genre: Psych

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* 300 copies on black vinyl * Lost studio sessions from 1973 revealed for the first time. Comes in a beautiful silk screen thick carton sleeve. Includes a full  colour 12 page booklet with linernotes from researcher Frank Jochemsen. 678 Records is proud to announce the Dutch incarnation of Third Eye: cosmic space music from Jan Huydts (Fender Rhodes piano & synthesizer), John Schuursma (guitar & sitar) and Leo de Ruiter (drums & percussion).

48 years after the recordings were made, 678 Records is proud to release the unheard and unknown studio sessions from 1973 on vinyl. Recorded at Soundpush Studio Blaricum & Studio André van de Water Baarn.  A deluxe 2-LP set with a silk screen cover designed by Piet Schreuders and based on an original poster design. Contains a 12 page booklet with extensive liner notes from researcher Frank Jochemsen.

Cat. number: SSE 12012
Year: 2021
2-LP set (lacquer cutting) in silk screen sover with 12 page booklet with extensive liner notes, photos and documents and promo leaflet 1973 studio sessions Side A1-B1: Produced by Ralph van der Waard van Gulik Recorded in the autumn of 1973 at Soundpush Studio, Blaricum, The Netherlands Side C1-D1: Produced by John Schuursma, Jan Huydts & Leo de Ruiter Recorded in the autumn of 1973 at Studio André van de Water, Baarn, The Netherlands Original soundtrack for De mens heet mens - Een collage van fragmenten uit het boek Prediker. Nieuwe vertaling van Pé Hawinkels & Pius Drijvers, gebracht door Henk van Ulsen. Compiled and directed by Joes Odufré. Produced by Gamma Televisie Producties b.v. for KRO-RKK and broadcasted on 21 October 1973 This release is dedicated to the memory of Leo de Ruiter (1940-2002) Tape photos: Kathleen Nuijens