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The London Experimental Jazz QuartetInvisible Roots

Label:Scratch Records (12) – SR-10
Format:
Vinyl, LP
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Avant-garde Jazz, Post Bop

Tracklist

A1Time Is Of The Essence3:35
A2Edible Wallpaper3:59
A3My Dog's Tail Is Longer Than Yours4:14
A4Destroy The Nihilist Picnic5:31
A5Ron Martin Special With Mustard1:22
B1Eric's Madness4:51
B2Jazz Windows Waltz4:30
B3Spain Is For Old Ladies4:54
B4The Sound Of Next Year's Echo3:34
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All compositions by members of the LEJQ.

Recorded April 23, 1974 at the Creative Electronics Sound Studio.

Distributed by Scratch Records.
London, Ontario, Canada

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Invisible Roots (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Paper Sleeve)Shout! ProductionsSHOUT-236Japan2012
New Submission
Invisible Roots (LP, Reissue)The RoundtableSIR020Australia2021
New Submission
Invisible Roots (9×File, FLAC, Album, Reissue)The Roundtablenone2021

Reviews

Heavy_Sounds's avatar
Heavy_Sounds
A few people were looking for a this to be reissued, although there's no page for the new release yet, I think you can find it on Light in Attic.
OF-THE-WORLD's avatar
OF-THE-WORLD
A direct connection to this release : https://www.discogs.com/Various-Find-Enclosed-The-Last-Of-CE-Jones/release/11066570 - most of the same players, recorded in same studio during same time period (1974 Fanshawe Creative Electronics program)
denniseckersley's avatar
Easily one of the best album artworks ever designed. The artwork alone would get you into jazz.
The_Eccentric's avatar
The_Eccentric
The track "Destroy the Nihilist Picknick" is on the Compilation Spiritual Jazz 5 by Jazzman Records.
thewaltzingowl's avatar
I agree. A vinyl reissue would be appreciated.
MimmwaRecords's avatar
Could do with a vinyl reissue methinks