Mogul Thrash

UK prog fusion group formed in 1969 as James Litherland's Brotherhood. According to some sources it was Brian Auger's idea to rename the band, avoiding confusion with another RCA signing called Brotherhood.
In effect Mogul Thrash became the missing link between several bands: Colosseum, King Crimson, Average White Band, etc., and their style of brass rock meets prog and jazz was very creative mixing in a wide range of influences, notably rooted in the early Colosseum sound.
The band existed only long enough to make a single and an LP (both produced by Brian Auger), plus a BBC In Concert and two sessions.
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Ⓢ SF8156, SF 8156 Mogul Thrash - Mogul Thrash album art Mogul Thrash Mogul Thrash (Album) RCA Victor, RCA Victor Ⓢ SF8156, SF 8156 UK 1971 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

47-15192 Mogul Thrash - Sleeping In The Kitchen album art Mogul Thrash Sleeping In The Kitchen (Single) RCA Victor 47-15192 Germany 1970 Sell This Version