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Indian Summer ~ 1971 ~ Indian Summer
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Tapestry of Delights:
A keyboard-driven progressive band from Coventry. Some tracks are quite pleasant but there is a tendency for them to be over-long and sometimes a little monotonous.
Their manager was Jim Simpson who was managing Black Sabbath at the time. After signing Sabbath to the Vertigo label, he then signed Indian Summer with the same production team to record their debut album. Indian Summer's album of the same name was released two and a half years later, in 1971. But Indian Summer disbanded in the same year.
Bob Jackson became a member of Badfinger.
01. God Is The Dog 6:38
02. Emotions Of Man 5:45
03. Glimpse 6:45
04. Half Changed Again 6:27
05. Black Sunshine 5:26
06. From The Film Of The Same Name 5:53
07. Secrets Reflected 6:49
08. Another Tree Will Grow 6:05
MALCOLM HARKER bs, vibes, vcls
PAUL HOOPER drms, perc, vcls
BOB JACKSON keyb'ds, lead vcls
COLIN WILLIAMS gtr, vcls
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