These devout blues rockers' second helping of psychedelic blues appeared in 1970 with confident swagger underpinned by the relative success of their self-titled debut LP from 1969. Mervyn Conn's Carnaby outlet was itself confident enough to issue the band's second installment of brooding blues to a marketplace that was becoming swamped with mega-stars and progressive pomp. Spirit Of John Morgan's affinity with Graham Bond is clearly evident throughout the songwriting and performances that signify the band's innovative approach and musical prowess. Digitally remastered with analytical liners and rare photos detailing the band's success and eventual demise, the Spirit Of John Morgan is being kept well and truly alive with this celebratory reissue of a significant and true lost classic. Includes a bonus track.