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Toomorrow Hugo Montenegro RCA LSA3008, 1970
Toomorrow album cover

One of the most sought-after of all rare UK soundtracks, this remarkable LP included the first recorded performances by Olivia Newton-John. Toomorrow were an engineered UK band, formed of members from various minor 60s bands, but together they really got it together and produce a cracking, big band late 60s pop sound with huge drums and massive horns. There's, bizarrely, a killer Moog track by Hugo Montengro called 'Spaceport' that really should have been on the Moog Power LP. Highly recommended - if you can find it!

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

You're my baby | Taking our own sweet time | Toomorrow (instr) | Let's move on | Walkin' on air (instr) | If you can't be hurt | Toomorrow | Walkin' on air | Spaceport | Happiness valley | Let's move on | Goin' back |

 

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