Brian Auger & The Trinity

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Befour
New - LP - LSP 4372
Sealed 1970 Original. Different Cover Art Than The UK Edition. “Brian Auger And His Band Outdo Themselves On This Extraordinary Album, Which Boasts Playing That Is Both Passionate And Of Virtuoso Caliber, And Encompasses Just The Right Repertory. From The Opening Of The Soaring Rendition Of "I Wanna Take You Higher" Through The Jazzy Interpretation Of Gabriel Fauré's Pavane, The Albinoni-Based Adagio Per Archi E Organo, The Impassioned Rendition Of Traffic's "No Time To Live" (Sung By Lead Guitarist Gary Boyle), And The Smooth Interpretation Of Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage" (Featuring Some Elegant Lead Playing By Boyle Before Auger's Organ Moves Into The Foreground), Befour Delivers Superb Musicianship, Crossing The Lines Between Jazz And Rock With Touches Of Soul And Even Some Lingering Traces Of Psychedelia. The One Fully Experimental Track, "Listen Here," Which Was Cut In A Single Take Of Nine Minutes And 22 Seconds, Is A Hard, Pounding Piece Driven By Boyle's Jagged Lead Guitar And Showing Off The Band Augmented By Three Additional Drummers (Mickey Waller, Barry Reeves, And Colin Allen) And An Extra Bassist (Roger Sutton) -- It Reminds One Somewhat Of The Kinds Of Experiments That The Nice Sometimes Attempted A Lot Less Successfully. "Just You And Me" Is A Worthy Finale To The Original Album, A Hard-Rocking Showcase For Each Of The Players.” Bruce Eder, All Music Guide. more
Befour
Used - LP - LSP-4372
1970 Orange Label Original Hollywood Pressing. Still In Shrink Wrap. VG++/EX Vinyl. Killer Genre-Bending LP! "Brian Auger And His Band Outdo Themselves On This Extraordinary Album, Which Boasts Playing That Is Both Passionate And Of Virtuoso Caliber, And Encompasses Just The Right Repertory. From The Opening Of The Soaring Rendition Of "I Wanna Take You Higher" Through The Jazzy Interpretation Of Gabriel Fauré's Pavane, The Albinoni-based Adagio Per Archi E Organo, The Impassioned Rendition Of Traffic's "No Time To Live" (Sung By Lead Guitarist Gary Boyle), And The Smooth Interpretation Of Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage" (Featuring Some Elegant Lead Playing By Boyle Before Auger's Organ Moves Into The Foreground), Befour Delivers Superb Musicianship, Crossing The Lines Between Jazz And Rock With Touches Of Soul And Even Some Lingering Traces Of Psychedelia. The One Fully Experimental Track, "Listen Here," Which Was Cut In A Single Take Of Nine Minutes And 22 Seconds, Is A Hard, Pounding Piece Driven By Boyle's Jagged Lead Guitar And Showing Off The Band Augmented By Three Additional Drummers (Mickey Waller, Barry Reeves, And Colin Allen) And An Extra Bassist (Roger Sutton) -- It Reminds One Somewhat Of The Kinds Of Experiments That The Nice Sometimes Attempted A Lot Less Successfully. "Just You And Me" Is A Worthy Finale To The Original Album, A Hard-Rocking Showcase For Each Of The Players." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
Definitely What!...
New - LP - SD 33-273
Sealed 1968 Gatefold Original. Cut Out Hole. more

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