Great underground acid folk LP by Greek singer/songwriter (and a film director today) Andreas Thomopoulos, who lived in UK for many years. Recorded at Chalk Farm and released in 1971, by Mushroom. This is his second album, more acid, sensitive and enigmatic than his first singer/songwriter approach called "Songs of the street". Andreas accompanies his melancholic voice with guitars, piano, bouzouki, kalimba and harmonica while his colleagues, from the same label, Second Hand (Ken Elliot, George Hart and Kieran O'Connor) help on organ, bass, violin and drums. Yet, the well-known Barbara Thompson guests on flute, Malcolm Budd on sitar, Nick Hoare on kalimba, triangle, Tony Pedroza on electric guitars and Raphie on vocals.
Lyrics are in English and only "The stranger" is in Greek (and what a song!!!).
A totally vanished album as original and a "must"!!!
400 black copies edition.
Licenced by Andreas Thomopoloulos.
It includes the original lyric sheet plus one more insert with photos.
PVC protective outersleeve.
180gr. vinyl as usual.