Landmark 1968 Album Remastered from the Original Analogue Tapes & Reissued with Original U.K. Artwork!
By 1967, The Pretty Things, the long-haired English group whose shocking, maraca-rattling, R&B-fueled sound and outrageous antics had made parents of teenage music fans long for the good old days of the Rolling Stones, had breathed in the perfumed air of psychedelia, and they'd moved on.
Cut in the same studio where the Beatles and Pink Floyd were changing the world of pop music daily, S.F. Sorrow was the enthralling, cradle-to-grave saga of Sebastian F. Sorrow, a landmark release now credited with being the world's first rock opera, a full year ahead of the Who's Tommy.
This new vinyl edition of the album from Madfish has been re-mastered from the original analogue tapes and comes pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl packaged in the original UK artwork sleeve, with cover art from Phil May.