1972 saw the release of John's first solo album 'Rock 'n' Roll Refugee', featuring the first triple-gate fold out LP cover, through Warner Brothers. The album was recorded "live" in the studio in two three-hour sessions at Copperfield Studios and was produced by the then A&R head of Pye Records in England, Alan A. Freeman. 'Rock 'n' Roll Refugee' contained many of the songs John was playing live at the time and, although it received very little airplay or publicity, managed to generate sales well into the mid-thousands.
An excellent album from the beginning to the end !
This is an outstanding bluesy psychy proggy folky rock record with a lot of flute !
A true masterpiece in my humble opinion !!!
Record : EXC
Cover : EXC
Price : 250,00 Euros ( + the expedition costs calculated by the Belgian Post office)
Payment : PAYPAL only
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