Kundalini Shakti Devi - s/t. 1974 Italy (archival)

Somewhat like a proto-St. Tropez. An odd album given the time and place and it's easy to see why no major was taking a chance back then. Not a perfect recording either, but somehow the end product is satisfying. Don't start your Italian progressive rock collection here, but if you've heard everything else, then this 1974 recording will enthrall at a certain level. Three long tracks of lyrical lite progressive jazz rock with plenty of flute, guitar, and sax solos - always pleasant and never grating. I liked it.

Personal collection
CD: 2013 BTF

The CD is housed in a fine mini-LP styled cover.

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