Formed in 1971, the Latter Days was the first artistic rock band in Israel. At the time, it wasn't much appreciated by local listeners, but for the years followed, Israeli audience began to adapt to this unique blend of 60's British rock'n'roll and Israeli folk music. Zohar Levi (drums and composition) added some influences from sophisticated trends that were going on at the time, like The Beatles later albums, and Proto-Prog bands. Their music is full of drive, and is related quite easily to hard rock. Due to commercial failure, the Latter Days disbanded only a year after being formed, leaving only one album behind them.
The 1972 album contains some of Israel`s best poetry put to rock music by Zohar Levi, the band`s percussionist. The album is considered by many as a masterpiece.
01. There Is No Place on The Electric Column 4:16
02. High Tree 3:27
03. Princess 5:20
04. Open The Door For Me 7:17
05. Motning Humnastics 3:04
06. Under The Ecoliptus Tree 8:06
07. The Life And The Death Of Mr. Gluskin 5:07
08. It's My Birtday 3:53
Zohar Levi - drums
Eli Magen - bass
Miri Aloni - vocal
Itzhak Klepter, Gabi Shoshan - guitars
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