The British band FREEDOM founded in 1967, when after the huge success of Procol Harum's international hit "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" two musicians, namely drummer Bobby Harrison and guitarist Ray Royer, left the band and just founded FREEDOM. They wanted to play harder progressive blues rock, as it was en voque then. Already the debut album of the young band 1969 should be also the most successful album of FRREDOM. For the now very iconic movie "Nero Su Bianco / Black on White" by the Italian cult director Tinto Brass, they contributed the soundtrack and met exactly the musical nerve of that time: psychedelic sound collages, sprawling flirren keyboard passages, fuzzy guitars and lulling vocals - just the stuff that wanted to hear by the young music fans back then! First the album only appeared at the Italian offshoot of Atlantic Records, before further editions were released.
SIREENA Records is very proud to publish this little masterpiece on white, 180 gram vinyl in a limited editon of 1000 copies!