Sunday, January 25, 2015

Fresh Air - A Breath Of Fresh Air (1969)


"Fresh Air's A Breath Of Fresh Air, recorded in 1969 at Sunwest Studios in Hollywood, is the rarest album to appear on the Amaret label. A highly-sought after album by collectors, A Breath Of Fresh Air is a fine mix of pop and hard psych, featuring some driving, heavy guitar and lots of swirling organ.

Fresh Air, a tight quintet of superb musicians led by lead vocalist Marc Piscitelli's, performs 10 well recorded and beautifully delivered tracks. Piscitelli's haunting vocal style shines throughout this excellent album, and it is hardly surprising that the singer went on to enjoy a career as an engineer and a backing vocalist for such luminaries as Glen Campbell, Juice Newton, Spirit and John Travolta. A Breath Of Fresh Air is another undiscovered gem, reissued for the first time by Radioactive Records."

Recorded in 1969 in Hollywood and originally released on the Amaret label.The album is a fine mix of pop and hard psychedelic rock featuring some driving heavy guiitars and swirling keybords. Includes a fast paced cover of "For What It's Worth".

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