"Green was a noted arranger of hit records during the '60s such as 'Where Do You Go To My Lovely' and 'Something In The Air,' and further worked with Cilla Black, Timi Yuro, Don McLean, Clodagh Rodgers as well as producing all of ex-Orlons vocalist Rosetta Hightower's solo recordings. Featuring the vocals of Rosetta Hightower and Madeline Bell, Ian Green's Revelation LP from 1969 on CBS is a tour de force. A blend of progressive pop funk (consider 'One Fine Love' an arrangement of a Bach melody by Kenny Young (as in Reperata and Clodagh producer) and Rosetta, and the choice reworking of three Lennon/McCartney songs as a medley. Some even go so far as to describe Ian Green as the UK David Axelrod. This is the first reissue for the LP, and as a bonus we have managed to also get the non LP CBS single -- all the tracks are on CD for the first time."