NOT IN STOCK
If formed in 1969 as a British answer to U.S. jazz-rock bands such as Chicago and Blood, Sweat & Tears. After three years of intensive touring (sharing stages with Miles Davis, Cream, Traffic, Yes and others), and several albums, the original line-up splintered in 1972. The following year, founding member and sax/flute virtuoso Dick Morrissey formed a new line-up to record Double Diamond. Boasting a more progressive sound (with prominent Moog synthesizer), it was only issued in Germany, making it a rare and collectable piece of the jazz-rock jigsaw today.