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Brian Auger's Oblivion Express - Whenever You're Ready

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With vocalist Julie Driscoll (who years later married jazz pianist Keith Tippett) & The Trinity...


One of my 1st 45 rpm's (circa 1971 at age 14).....Track would extend on to side B


Here you can listen to it in its entirety






Brian turned 80 in 2019 and has just turned ( or he's about to) 81 in these days...I'm sure he's still touring......

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