The Eindhoven-based Mr. Albert Show can be considered as one of the jam bands from The Netherlands in the late sixties, combining elements from rhythm & blues, rock, soul and psychedelica. The five-piece band, led by saxophone player Bertus Borgers (Sweet d'Buster, Golden Earring, Groove Express) was a truly wild sensation for anyone who witnessed one of their gigs between 1969 and 1973. In between those years, the band recorded two albums, both fetching high prices from international record collectors. Now for the first time 1971s Warm Motor reappears on the collectors market through Pseudonym Records. This reissue of Mr. Albert Shows second album comes in a heavy carton gatefold sleeve with the original design by Joost Swarte, Hollands leading comic artist. The recordings are remastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180 grams vinyl.
Music Style: Progressive, Rock, Blues
Exclusively restored dynamic 24 bit remastering from the original master tapes
LP high quality 180 gram audiophile pressing
Original restored artwork
Deluxe 350 gram carton gatefold sleeve
Rare photos & liner notes included