Indian Summer - Indian Summer
Founded in Coventry, UK in 1969 - Disbanded in 1972
These four musicians came out of Coventry and made one sole album released on the rare Neon Records (other releases of interest to progheads on that label would be SPRING, TONTON MACOUTE) that did not manage to promote their artists correctly, although INDIAN SUMMER had the same management as BLACK SABBATH. Their album consists of fairly long numbers with much KB-driven hard rock and lots of instrumental interplay-- a typical release of the times. Although the band could be placed among the likes of Mk2, PURPLE or URIAH HEEP, they manage to have a sound of their own. This is a basic quartet - HARKER on bass, HOOPER on drums, Bob JACKSON's KB & vocals, and Colin WILLIAMS's guitar - but they have enough tricks up their sleeves to keep you interested and enthused throughout the album.
INDIAN SUMMER is highly recommended to progheads who are in love with the early 70's and wishing to delve deeper past the classics toward finding smaller gems such as this one.
Songs / Tracks Listing
1. God Is The Dog (6:37)
2. Emotions Of Men (5:44)
3. Glimpse (6:44)
4. Half Change Again (6:26)
5. Black Sunshine (5:25)
6. From The Film Of The Same Name (5:52)
7. Secret Reflects (6:46)
8. Another Tree Will Grow (6:06)
Total Time: 49:40
Line-up / Musicians
- Malcolm Harker / bass, vibes, vocals
- Paul Hooper / drums, percussion, vocals
- Bob Jackson / lead vocals, keyboards
- Colin Williams / guitar, backing vocals
Indian Summer (Self Titled Studio Album)  The UK Band [MP3 320]
Lossless Sourced MP3 @ 320 kbps (CD-Quality)
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