Vinyl LP pressing + CD edition. Magic Box present a reissue of Bakerloo's self-titled album, originally released in 1969. This legendary Midlands three-piece formed in 1968 and went down a storm in London's underground clubs before recording this classic with producer Gus Dudgeon (who went on to fame for his work with David Bowie, Rod Stewart, and Elton John). Originally issued in August 1969, it's an exciting blend of blues, jazz, rock, and other influences, distinguished by the superb guitar playing of Dave "Clem" Clempson, but their line-up was never stable and they'd split by the end of the year. It's presented here with it's original gatefold artwork, as well as an insert containing background notes and images. Includes CD with five bonus tracks.
Vinyl LP pressing + CD edition. Magic Box present a reissue of Bakerloo's self-titled album, originally released in 1969. This legendary Midlands three-piece formed in 1968 and went down a storm in London's underground clubs before recording this classic with producer Gus Dudgeon (who went on to fame for his work with David Bowie, Rod Stewart, and Elton John). Originally issued in August 1969, it's an exciting blend of blues, jazz, rock, and other influences, distinguished by the superb guitar playing of Dave "Clem" Clempson, but their line-up was never stable and they'd split by the end of the year. It's presented here with it's original gatefold artwork, as well as an insert containing background notes and images. Includes CD with five bonus tracks.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MAGB
Rel. Date: 04/09/2021
UPC: 5205381102625

Bakerloo
Artist: Bakerloo
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing + CD edition. Magic Box present a reissue of Bakerloo's self-titled album, originally released in 1969. This legendary Midlands three-piece formed in 1968 and went down a storm in London's underground clubs before recording this classic with producer Gus Dudgeon (who went on to fame for his work with David Bowie, Rod Stewart, and Elton John). Originally issued in August 1969, it's an exciting blend of blues, jazz, rock, and other influences, distinguished by the superb guitar playing of Dave "Clem" Clempson, but their line-up was never stable and they'd split by the end of the year. It's presented here with it's original gatefold artwork, as well as an insert containing background notes and images. Includes CD with five bonus tracks.