Indian Summer (3)Indian Summer

Label:RCA – NE 3, Neon (3) – NE 3
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold
Style:Prog Rock


A1God Is The Dog
A2Emotions Of Men
A4Half Changed Again
B1Black Sunshine
B2From The Film Of The Same Name
B3Secrets Reflected
B4Another Tree Will Grow

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Released in a gatefold cover with a black inner sleeve.
Recorded and mixed at Trident Studios, London.

Manufactured by RCA Limited, England from master recordings of RCA Records.

℗ 1971 Essex Music International

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): ZGBS 0491
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): ZGBS 0492
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Stamp Side A): ZGBS 0491-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Stamp Side B): ZGBS 0492-3

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Indian Summer (LP, Album, Gatefold)RCA, Neon (3)NE 3Germany1971
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Indian Summer (LP, Album, Gatefold, Dynaflex)RCA, Neon (3)NE 3US1971
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Indian Summer (LP, Album, Promo, White Label)RCA, Neon (3)SRA-5518Japan1971
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Indian Summer (LP, Album)RCA, Neon (3)NE 3Canada1971
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Indian Summer (LP, Album, Gatefold)RCA, Neon (3)SRA-5518Japan1971


  • Mr.Gumby's avatar
    Edited 2 years ago
    This is a great album but beware - this UK pressing is not a great sounding press as such. Quite low mastering recquiring you to turn up quite a bit, plus the vinyl itself is relatively noisy. This aspect perhaps varies but I've gathered that this press has a tendency to be somewhat noisy regardless of condition making it hard to find a 'clean' sounding copy.
    • bolney17's avatar
      Really top notch album very progressive.but at the same time not over the top .got lots of lovely organ parts. The music just flows from track to track .just very well produced by Rodger Bain .would imagine in there day they must have been a great live act .very underrated
      • Quicksilver59's avatar
        Olav Wyper (manager/promoter, RCA Records London) wrote in 20/1/71.: "In November, 1969 I went up to Henry's Blues House in Birmingham with three of my ten colleagues to see two groups handled by Midland manager/promoter, Jim Simpson. We signed one of them. That was Black Sabbath. One year and another record company later Jim asked me up to Birmingham again. This time we signed the band we had earlier rejected in favor of Sabbath. The new band - Indian Summer. And what a difference the English summer has made to this Coventry group. Suddenly. after two and half years, it's all come together. Never one to quit while he's ahead, Jim took them to Rodger Bain to produce - and so the same combination that earlier brought Sabbath to the world's stage now takes up Indian Summer. History can repeat. Oh, and they're good too. Very good."



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