COLOURED LP LIMITED TO 105 HAND-NUMBERED COPIES!
First ever vinyl reissue of this UK prog-psych album from 1971. Recorded at George Martin's AIR Studios and originally released on the collectable Vertigo label. A great mix of pastoral prog, hard-rock, blues and West Coast/Americana: long tracks, soft vocal harmonies, dual guitar...
Hokus Poke formed in London in the late 60s, consisting of Clive Blenkhorn of lead guitar & vocals, Roger Clarke on guitar, Smith Campbell on bass and Jonnie Miles on drums. Managed by Kenny Lynch, they secured a deal with the legendary Vertigo label. "Earth Harmony", their sole album, was recorded at George Martin's AIR Studios.
Released in 1971, it was housed in a fabulous die-cut sleeve with photos taken by John Kelly, famous for his work on the Beatles "White Album".
One of the rarest albums on the collectable Vertigo label. Original artwork in gatefold die-cut sleeve. Insert with liner notes by Richard Allen and rare photos.
"For once, a Vertigo album that's better than its reputation would suggest" - Giles Hamilton (Galactic Ramble)
"...pastoral bluesy prog from the early 70s UK, occupying that comfortable niche somewhere between Humble Pie and Wishbone Ash" - Alex Gitlin
RIYL: Wishbone Ash, Traffic, Cream, Pink Floyd, Bronco, Fantasy, Fleetwood Mac.