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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-RIP) & band  "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 82 this year 2021 (July 18) ...I'm sure he'll keep touring......

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