The first album of Jorm, released in the spring of 1973. Albeit not being exactly progressive, it displays some cunning elaboration and variety of styles, drawing inspiration from psychedelia, art rock, britpop and even krautrock. It's obvious that they were generally going for a lush, almost psychedelic soundscape, especially evident on tracks like "Backwater frontiers", "As long as the music plays" and "Kite pornography". It failed to chart, although the bouncy "And that is why you should remain content" was released as a single during the summer of 1973, peaking at #121.
released August 12, 1973
Jonathan Andersson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Christian Skogh - bass guitar, backing vocals
Stefan Hackman - lead guitar, backing vocals
Tony Kajblom - organ, Mellotron, piano, synthesizer
Billy Brunflo - drums, percussion
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