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In Flagranti Delicto

LP (Item 3322) Capitol, 1977 — Condition: Used
Temporarily Out Of Stock

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One of the biggest recorrds ever for Ian Carr's Nucleus group – a set that helped the British combo cross over to the US market, thanks to a key release here on Capitol Records! Carr's at the height of his powers here – stretching out on trumpet and flugelhorn, but also playing a bit of electric piano alongside Geoff Castle – the main keyboardist for the set, working here on both Fender Rhodes and mini moog. Tracks are long, but never sloppy, overindulgent, or too jammingly fusion – and the rest of the group features Brian Smith on saxes, Roger Sellers on drums, and Werimu Aata Teransiamoa Karaitana on bass. The record's got a really great building sound – and titles include "Mysteries", "Heyday", "Gestalt", and "In Flagrenti Delicto". (Missing inner sleeve. Cover has some wear, peeling & some marker.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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