Deep end (CD)
Isotope's self titled debut album was released in early 1974 and continued the tradition of Jazz Rock fusion that had been pioneered by acts such as Tony Williams' Lifetime and The Mahavishnu Orchestra. Although critically acclaimed, Brian Miller and Jeff Clyne departed Isotope shortly after the debut album had appeared and were replaced by former SOFT MACHINE bassist HUGH HOPPER and keyboard player LAURENCE SCOTT. By the time the band's final album, "DEEP END" was recorded in March 1976, the band featured Boyle and Morris along with DAN K. BROWN on bass and ZOE KRONBERGER & FRANK ROBERTS on keyboards. This Esoteric Recordings reissue also features four bonus tracks.
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