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Formed in Perth in 1970, progressive rock outfit Bakery is generally regarded as one of the best of Australia's early '70s underground bands. The band's music blended hard rock with country and jazz, using complex arrangements and exhibited the ability to switch from gentle acoustic passages to booming, heavy progressive assaults on the senses within the same song. Momento, released in 1971, was described by rock journalist Ian McFarlane as a European-influenced recording full of sprawling, moody progressive rock cuts like "Faith To Sing A Song," the jazzy "Living With A Memory," and the hugely impressive "Holocaust." Fully remastered and pressed on 180 gram vinyl. Housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve.