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Chris Thompson started out his career in Hamilton, New Zealand in 1965, then turned professional in 1968. In the early-70s he moved to England, where he played the guitar with Californian folk singer Julie Felix. While in England, Chris also played with British folk-blues legends Wizz Jones and Davey Graham and made his self-titled debut album in 1973. Originally issued on the Village Thing label, it has been hailed as one of the best acid folk albums of the 1970s. Recorded in numerous locations, it features guest appearances from Clem Alford and Keshav Sathe (of Magic Carpet fame), and casts a hypnotic spell. The album is presented in its original version with alternate takes, rare photos and detailed notes from the man himself.
• Top rare Kiwi/British folk classic
• First time vinyl reissue after 44 years of its original release
• Colored 180-gram heavy weight vinyl
• Features original artwork with insert including unseen photos and liner notes by Chris himself
• Recommend for fans of Bert Jansch, John Renbourn & Jackson C. Frank