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Nirvana - 1969 - Black Flower/To Markos III

Nirvana were a United Kingdom-based progressive rock  band active in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Though the band only achieved limited commercial success, they were acclaimed both by music industry professionals and critics. Nirvana was created in 1967 as the performing arm of the London-based songwriting partnership of Irish musician Patrick Campbell-Lyons  and Greek composer Alex Spyropoulos. On their recordings Campbell-Lyons and Spyropoulos supplied all the vocals. The instrumental work was primarily undertaken by top session musicians and orchestral musicians - with Campbell-Lyons providing a little guitar and Spyropoulos contributing some keyboards. "Nirvana's third and final album for Island (sometimes titled Dedicated to Markos III  in discographies) was extremely rare in its first 1969 LP issue, the U.K. release limited to a few hundred promo copies. The group's cutesiness was toned down considerably for this LP, though they were still offering the kind of light orchestrated pop-rock that they had on their previous Island records, with some jazz and classical influences. It's a more mature product than their first two albums, but a little tired-sounding, and lacking in the more psychedelic ambition that produced some of their best songs, like "Rainbow Chaser" and "I Believe in Magic."(AMG)

01 - The World Is Cold Without You
02 - Excerpt From The Blind & The Beautiful
03 - I Take To My Room
04 - Christopher Lucifer
05 - Aline Cherie
06 - Tres, Tres Bien
07 - It Happenend Two Sunday Ago
08 - Black Flower
09 - Love Suite
10 - Illinois
11 - Shine
12 - Pentecost Hotel (1993 Version)

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