TOMORROW'S GIFT - GOODBYE FUTURE

TOMORROW'S GIFT - GOODBYE FUTURE

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: LONGHAIR

Release date: 05/07/2017

Barcode: 4035177001877

Catalog no.: LHC0000187

Item ID: 448963

The second album (1972) by German progressive rock band Tomorrow's Gift featured original members Manfred Rürup and Bernd Kiefer, plus the newly recruited drummer Zabba Lindner, known from Sphinx Tush and various records for the Ken exploitation label (Live Experience Band etc). Produced by the famous Conny Plank, this album sounds better than the highly rated debut-LP. Musically this is more in the progressive jazz-rock vein, with forceful keyboard and bass-interplay, sounding like a Zappa-inspired Canterbury band. This reissue comes with reproduced die-cut artwork.

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