Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
I am listening to this CD right now, and I have to admit that with advancing maturity I can now see the appeal in this music. I still can’t rave about it, but is is actually not at all unpleasant to listen to.
Anyway, today we carry on with Fred “Kermit” Dellar’s notes in the CD insert:
“Then, one day in 1968, “Out Of The Frying Pan” appeared.
Mainly produced by Gus Dudgeon, who was soon to make something of a name for himself, masterminding hits for Elton John and David Bowie, it was a more eclectic affair than “Superfrog”.
Mick Weaver fashioned the sleeve notes himself, announcing “On this album I have been backed by what I believe to be the finest musicians in the country in this particular field.”
We shall find out more of these chaps next time.