Indian Summer (British band)
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Indian Summer were a progressive rock quartet, formed in Coventry, UK, in 1969. The members were Malcolm Harker on bass, Paul Hooper on drums, Bob Jackson on keyboards and lead vocals and Colin Williams on guitar.
Their manager was Jim Simpson who was managing Black Sabbath at the time. Simpson signed Indian Summer with the same production team to record their debut album. Indian Summer's album of the same name was released two and a half years later, in 1971. But Indian Summer disbanded in the same year.
Track listing Indian Summer (1971)
All tracks written by Indian Summer.
- "God Is the Dog" – 6:38
- "Emotions of Men" – 5:44
- "Glimpse" – 6:45
- "Half Changed Again" – 6:27
- "Black Sunshine" – 5:25
- "From the Film of the Same Name" – 5:53
- "Secrets Reflected" – 6:50
- "Another Tree Will Grow" - 6:06
Recorded and mixed at Trident Studios, London.
Album designed by Keef.
Producer: Rodger Bain for Big Bear, Birmingham Engineer: Robin Cable
Label: Neon (a RCA subsidiary)
Released on CD in the nineties and subsequently a remastered version in 2010, by Repertoire Records, Germany. In between these releases, a release by Akarma, Italy, both CD and vinyl.
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