Bassist/singer Nicholas Greenwood was a member of The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown between 1967 and 1970. Having struck out on his own, he recorded his only solo LP with help from Dick Heninghem and Eric Peachey (Khan), Bunk Gardner (The Mothers Of Invention), Bryn Howarth (Les Fleur de Lys) and others. Intense and moody, it was released in tiny numbers in France, Holland and the UK in 1972, and is one of the rarest albums of the progressive era, with originals changing hands for thousands of euros. It makes its long-overdue return to CD here. Background notes included.