Label: Little Weird
"Reissue of astonishing 1970 Spectator LP from hippie collective formed around guitarist and singer Hans Vinding.
The music is essentially free form acid folk and draws on equal amounts of folk, free jazz and contemporary classical
music incorporating cello, asiatic flutes, sanza, zither, gong, cymbal, bells, tabla, guitars, and lots of percussion
instruments. The real deal for fans of Wooden Wand & The Vanishing Voice, No Neck Blues Band, Sunburned
Hand, the Black Velvet Fuckere collective and Tower Recordings. Manufactured as a limited numbered run of 500." -Little Weird. "1970 hippie folk with male / female vocals from Denmark. Collective improvisations with acoustic guitar, cello, flute, whistles and percussion. Pure counter culture similar to Siloah, Kalacakra and Children Of One. Weird chill-out!" - Freak Emporium. "A real acid-psychedelic jewel in Scandinavian psych scene." - Longhairmusic. Vinyl reissue (CD reish came out a few years ag and seems to be oop) of the first lp by this Danish experimental tribal folk collective - the cover actually features the pre-handpainted version of the LP artwork. Most of the LPs were decorated by the band over black and white printed jackets. Originally released on Danish cult/underground label, Spectator (Moses, Days, Tears, Terje, Jesper og Joachim, Blues Addicts, Green Grass, Blue Son, etc..). Highly recommended!