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East Of Eden were formed in Bristol by Dave Arbus, Ron Caines, Geoff Nicholson and Geoff Britton. They relocated to London in 1968 and were signed to Decca's progressive rock label Deram, releasing their first album "Mercator Projected" in 1969.

East Of Eden were one of a number of groups who performed at the relocated Actuel Festival (October 24-28, 1969) at Mont de I'Enclus, Amougies, Belgium.

Performances of this event, which was transmitted on French radio by disc jockey & producer Pierre Lattès and featured Frank Zappa as event MC, appear on the Jérôme Laperrousaz films Music Power and European Music Revolution. East Of Eden feature in the latter documentary with Nice & Soft Machine. East Of Eden appeared on the Tuesday, 28th concert bill, following Soft Machine and Captain Beefheart, followed by Fat Mattress and Zoo. An assortment of 'free jazz' and 'new music' acts also appeared that day. , Wikipedia ,
Members:Andy Sneddon, Dave Arbus, Dave Dufont, Davy Jack, Don Weller, Dyl Katz, Garth Watt-Roy, Geoff Britton, Geoff Nicholson, Ian Lynn, Jeff Allen (4), Jim Roche (2), Joe O'Donnell, Les Davidson, Martin Fisher (7), Pete Filleul, Ron Caines, Steve York
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