Python Lee Jackson / Rod Stewart Related

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Python Lee Jackson / Rod Stewart Related - In A Broken Dream In A Broken Dream
Pop New - LP GNPS 2066 GNP Crescendo
Sealed 1972 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. Custom "Guest Star Rod Stewart" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Python Lee Jackson's History Is Confusing On Several Counts. They're Known Principally For One Big Hit That Featured A Superstar On Lead Vocals, Yet That Singer Was Never Even In The Band. Not Only Were Python Lee Jackson A Band And Not An Individual, There Was No One Actually Named Python Lee Jackson In The Group. And Though They Were Based In The U.K. When They Recorded Their Hit "In A Broken Dream" With Rod Stewart On Vocals As A Session Singer, They Were Actually An Australian Band. In 1968 After Paying Their Way To England As A Ship Band, They Managed To Get A Deal With CBS, Shortly After Which Singer / Keyboardist David Bentley Wrote The Anguished Soul-Rock Ballad "In A Broken Dream." With Bentley Feeling He Wasn't The Right Vocalist For The Number, Rod Stewart -- Who Had Already Sung Lead With The Jeff Beck Group, But Was Yet To Achieve Stardom With The Faces And As A Solo Artist -- Was Recruited As A Session Vocalist For The Song, As Well As A Couple Of Other Tracks. For Some Reason, Despite The Undisputed Quality Of "In A Broken Dream," It Wasn't Immediately Released. In The Meantime Stewart Got On With His Career And Python Lee Jackson's Personnel Continued To Rotate, With Ex-Easybeats Drummer Tony Cahill Joining. Yet Even When "In A Broken Dream" Was Finally Issued In October 1970, It Didn't Chart.... more details
 

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