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Albert 1 (CD)
Esoteric Recordings are happy to announce the release of this "Lost Classic" of Progressive rock, the sole offering by the National Head Band. Formed in 1969 from the ashes of Liverpudlian band The Business, "Albert 1", released in 1971, featured future Thin Lizzy, Caravan & Camel keyboard player Jan Schelhaas, future Uriah Heep drummer Lee Kerslake, guitarist Neil Ford and bass guiatrist David Paull (soon to join Jonesy). Produced by Yes and Elp engineer Eddie Offord, the album features wonderful material such as "Got No Time" and "Mister Jesus". "Albert 1" is one of the few progressive albums of note not receive an officially sanctioned release until now. With liner notes by Jan Schelhaas, National Head Band's only album receives the treatment it deserves with this definitive realease from Esoteric Recordings.
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Specifications
Type: CD
Recorded: 1971
Release Date: 2008-09-19
Label: Esoteric
Country: Euro
Item No: ECLEC2074
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Track List
01 Got no time - 5:02
02 You - 3:59
03 Too much country water - 4:12
04 Lead me back - 4:01
05 Listen to the music - 6:30
06 Ilsington farm - 3:11
07 Try to reach you - 4:21
08 Brand new world - 6:24
09 Mister jesus - 8:08
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