We represent one of the rarest private pressings ever came from UK.
Sindelfingen's "Odgipig" is a fine example of highest quality, british progressive rock. With a slight folk influence and an artistic approach of symphonic rock and classic music, "Odgipig" has 3 long & complex tracks as well as 3 shorter ones, all characterized by multi-time signatures and rhythm changes. The "classic" line-up of guitar-bass-drums is augmented by a fourth member who handles the glockenspiel and the oscillators (you will not find mellotrons or keyboards here).
The album was recorded at Medway Organs Studio and pressed at the legendary Deroy. Sindelfingen the band (Richard Manktelow: vocals, guitars – Mark Letley: vocals, bass, guitars, recorders – Roger Woods: glockenspiel, oscillators – Roger Thorn: drums) collectively produced the album in 1973.
Originals are extremely rare (R5 category) and cost a small fortune.
Our reissue is strictly limited to 400 black & 100 coloured copies. It shares the original cover and labels artwork and original lyric inserts (x2). Extra triptych-insert with band bio. Fully authorized and licenced. With the, much appreciated, help of founding member Richard Manktelow. 180gr vinyl as usual. PVC protective outersleeve.