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Baba Scholae - 69 unreleased organ prog w/Jean Labat

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Pressing: France
Year: 1969
Genre: prog psych
Packaging: Digipack



Steve Baylis : drums John Arthur Holbrook : lead guitar, keyboards, vocals Alan Jones : bass Jean-Yves Labat de Rossi : flutes, saxophone, bombard, keyboards, vocals Jules Vigh : guitar, mélotron Woody Woodbine : lead vocals Recorded at IBC Sound Recording Studios, London, in 1969. Next to King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Soft Machine and Gong, a lost and found again masterpiece of progressive music reappears, forty years later, in its unblemished youth. Michka Assayas, Author of the « Dictionnaire du Rock » The legendary album. Benoît Sabatier, Rock & Folk A founding act of rock. A jewel of progressive rock. Simon Triquet, Les Inrocks One of the major productions of 1969. The Strange Experience of Music Splendid progressive rock album. Thomas Ducres, Technikart Superb. Franck Mallet, Classica The musical inspiration, as well as the sound quality, is impressive. Bruno Bayon, Libération A sound that will knock your socks off and stunning drums playing from Steve Baylis. Bester Lang, gonzai.com A cult album. Pascal Larsen, foutraque.com In 1969, in London, the musicians of the Baba Scholae recorded a progressive rock album. Officially, this album does not exist. Yet, the “Strange Experience of Music” Internet site has no trouble in considering this work as one of the major productions of 1969. Laurent Thorin, audiofederation.fr It is a “cult” disc that never disappoints – quite the reverse. Like the greatest uncut diamonds in the history of rock, Baba Scholae “69” is an exceptional record which could remain buried for several generations without losing its lustre. Jean-Emmanuel Deluxe, Standard, Rock & Folk

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