Out-Sider presents the first vinyl reissue of Jeffery Liberman's self-titled album, originally released in 1975. The Chicago born Liberman was a guitar player in the best tradition of '70s guitar Gods like Hendrix, Trower, Clapton and Zappa. His music is the perfect mix between virtuosity and feeling, with a gift for brilliant songwriting.
Between 1975 and 1978, Liberman self-released three albums on his own Librah label which were some of the first private pressings to gain recognition amongst psych collectors in the '80s. His self-titled first album was recorded at PSR Studios in Chicago. It's full of heavy psych guitar with plenty of fuzz-wah, phasing, effects, mystical/moody vocals, acid-blues, and mellow folkie tracks with west coast vibes and even some crazy synth/electronic/experimental excursions. Featuring the 8+ minutes psych opus "Phenaphen No. 3" and more.
Featuring remastered sound, this reissue also includes an insert with liner notes by Klemen Breznikar (It's Psychedelic Baby) and an accompanying digital download. RIYL: Bob Smith, D.R. Hooker, Terry Brooks, Bevis Frond, Robin Trower, Cream, and Bob Desper.