Unreleased material from the legendary Moving Gelatine Plates – one of the coolest French groups of the 70s, and one who freel
y skirted prog, avant jazz, and psych styles – all while holding very much to their own course of action! The sound here is very representative of that French way of thumbing their nose at all the rest of the other scenes going down on the continent at the time
– neither needing commercial recognition, or even trying to fit into any sort of easy label or style – especially given the way that these guys still have an almost communal way of working together on some of the late 70s sides here, at a time
when so many of their other European contemporaries were cleaning up their sound. All tracks are nice and long – and the cuts here are unedited recordings, appearing for the first time
ever – titles that include "The World Of Genius Hans", "Astromonster", "London Cab", "Galantine", and "Like A Flower".
(Limited numbered edition of 1000 copies – with bonus 7" single of the group's first 1970 recordings, and inserts too.)