Originally released in 1971 on Dandelion Records this was Bridget St. John's second and (probably) best album. Produced and scored by Pink Floyd collaborator Ron Geesin Songs for the Gentle Man was recorded at Sound Techniques in Chelsea (where everybody from Fairport Convention to Nick Drake had made albums) and is a far more sophisticated work than it's predecessor. Organized around a small chamber orchestra, Songs for the Gentle Man is a set of cool, pastel songs that simultaneously haunts and soothes: A well-crafted piece of baroque psychedelic folk. In a gatefold sleeve.
180 Gram Audiophile pressing
This record is pressed onto 180 grams of black audiophile grade vinyl. The heavier weight steadies the record and ensures consistency in pressing and promises the highest fidelity reproduction of the source recording.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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