Marginal/CBS Inc. (Canada) 1976
KFS 90377 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(CC, RW, WC, SOC, light collapse on corner.)
media : VG+/VG+(some slightly surface noises, some hairlines that does not affect to sounds, last part on B4 has light click noises caused by small scratch.)
Featured in the guidebook OBSCURE SOUND REVISED EDITION. This album was released in 1976 by Oliver Bloch-Laine, a French singer and songwriter who also recorded a duo album with Philippe Briche under the name Lenoeud. The album features Georges Rodi, a keyboardist known for his work with the Library. It is a wonderful showcase of mellow acid folk with a unique colourful psychedelic feel, introducing synthesizers and other electronics throughout. As the artwork evokes, you can see a caravan going through the desert in the twilight.
There are a couple of noticeable scratches, but they have little effect on the playback sound, except for a couple of slight click noises at the outro of B4.
B1: Arrange Melange
B4: Troisieme Collier