Official reissue for this obscurity of british progressive folk, licenced by Tony Durant.
With an unusual and unique line-up -a male typical rock trio with a female classical strings trio- Fuchsia made this gem in the late 1971. Moving more on the rockier side of the 70's progressive scene than on its folk one, the band created a completely original sound with complex arrangements and "multi-rhythmic" patterns, excellent musicianship, charming melodies and lot of adventurous musical ideas.
The extra single contains two tracks: "Ragtime Brahms" is an unreleased –on vinyl- recording from 1972 made by the original line-up and used as a demo for the band to secure a new recording deal (which never came real). "The waves" recorded in 2010 and it's the precursor of a new album which will be "out" soon by Tony Durant and the revamped Fuchsia band. This song really follows the spirit of 1971!!!
Limited to 200 black and 100 coloured copies.
High quality special carton used for the cover (almost same to the original).
Includes 4-pages laminated insert with lyrics, bio and photos.
Yet, a 7" single (with laminated 4-pages picture sleeve) is included with one previously unreleased -on vinyl- song and a brand new recording.
180gr vinyl as usual.
COLOURED copies. One copy unearthed!!!