samedi 1 septembre 2007

INDIAN SUMMER "s/t" - 1971

First september post, a judicious one and a rarity.

INDIAN SUMMER, from Coventry, UK, released this sole album in 1971. Progressive Rock, a bit of Folk with a rural feeling all the way.

INDIAN SUMMER almost signed on Vertigo in 1969, but Jim Simpson chose BLACK SABBATH instead...

2 years later, Ex-Vertigo Records manager Olav Wyper is advised by Simpson to sign INDIAN SUMMER.

The band teams up with Rodger Bain (who produced BLACK SABBATH's first album) and finally get their album out on Neon, RCA in-house label for Progressive music.

"Emotions Of Men" is a great exemple of what their music is all about : great guitar work, strong voice, long instrumental parts and a moody combination of influences.


INDIAN SUMMER "s/t" - 1971 - UK - RCA Neon NE3

2 commentaires:

Devil Dick a dit…

This is a good one. I was damn lucky when i found a copy about 8 years ago for 99 cents!

Play LOUDER! For Best Results a dit…

damn lucky...!