DENNY LAINE - the BBC 1967 - 7inch 6-track EP



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 On 7-inch vinyl comes an EP of 1967 and 1968 BBC recordings featuring original Moody Blues-singer Denny Laine and his Electric String Band. Presented are six wondrous songs that build a bridge between the psychedelic pop of the day and a style that one might refer to as early art rock. The band included a.o. ex-Pretty Things drummer Viv Prince and a cello/violin string quartet comprised of former Royal Academy players.

All tracks recorded at the BBC on October 4th 1967 except *January 12th 1968.

Side One
Why Did You Come
Catherine Wheel
Ask The People

Side Two
Reason To Believe
Guilty Mind
Machine Song*

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