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Vinyl LP pressing. During the late 1960s, when guitarist Scipio Sargeant left his native Trinidad for New York, he hooked up with another Trinidadian guitarist, Bert Bailey, for a psychedelic rock project, with Sargeant relegated to bass, Bert's brother Herb on drum duties, fellow Trinidadian Lou Phillips as frontman, and African American keyboardist Earl Arthur on prog-like organ. Impacting the club circuit, they were nearly signed by Columbia, but wound up cutting their sole LP for Calla in one brief afternoon. The result is a hard-rocking trippy set with echoes of the Chambers Brothers, Hendrix, and Sly Stone. A lost classic, ripe for rediscovery.
Vinyl LP pressing. During the late 1960s, when guitarist Scipio Sargeant left his native Trinidad for New York, he hooked up with another Trinidadian guitarist, Bert Bailey, for a psychedelic rock project, with Sargeant relegated to bass, Bert's brother Herb on drum duties, fellow Trinidadian Lou Phillips as frontman, and African American keyboardist Earl Arthur on prog-like organ. Impacting the club circuit, they were nearly signed by Columbia, but wound up cutting their sole LP for Calla in one brief afternoon. The result is a hard-rocking trippy set with echoes of the Chambers Brothers, Hendrix, and Sly Stone. A lost classic, ripe for rediscovery.
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Next Morning
Artist: Next Morning
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. During the late 1960s, when guitarist Scipio Sargeant left his native Trinidad for New York, he hooked up with another Trinidadian guitarist, Bert Bailey, for a psychedelic rock project, with Sargeant relegated to bass, Bert's brother Herb on drum duties, fellow Trinidadian Lou Phillips as frontman, and African American keyboardist Earl Arthur on prog-like organ. Impacting the club circuit, they were nearly signed by Columbia, but wound up cutting their sole LP for Calla in one brief afternoon. The result is a hard-rocking trippy set with echoes of the Chambers Brothers, Hendrix, and Sly Stone. A lost classic, ripe for rediscovery.
        
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