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LIMITED OFFER: Buy this LP and receive a free 22 track promotional only Blank Records Australian Analogue Archive sampler Compact Disc with your order! More than half the tracks appearing on CD for the first time! See images below for track listing and artwork. This will not be available separately or be sold separately. Limit one per order.

Side One
1. One Note Samba
2. Thunderball
3. Call Me
4. Comin’ Home Baby
5. Spanish Eyes
6. Mr Tambourine Man

Side Two
1. What‘s New Pussycat?
2. Michelle
3. Cast Your Fate To The Wind
4. ( I Can’t Get No ) Satisfaction
5. I Will Wait For You
6. Theme From Black Orpheus

Finally, after much wrangling, the Blank Recording Company is truly chuffed to be able to make available again for the first time since their original releases the three highly sought after and extremely rare albums by John Sangster, originally released on Festival Records from 1967-1969.

John Sangster is known the world over as a legendary Australian jazz multi instrumentalist, composer and arranger. Aside from releasing his own records, his name is on credits on many other albums from straight ahead jazz, prog, psych, country rock, soul and all points between. Copperwine, Tully, Don Burrows, Ray Brown / Moonstone,
Sven Libaek, Judy Bailey. The list goes on…. Here's where it all came together on the solo tip...

First album, originally released in 1967. An all cover affair. An eclectic mixed bag of current pop hits from the likes of The Byrds, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Rolling Stones with Brazilian bossa nova, jazz and takes on soundtrack themes. Players on this album are John Sangster, George Golla, Sven Libaek (who also handles arrangements), Ed Gaston and Len Hutchinson. Produced by Pat Aulton.

All three of these albums are mastered from the original analogue master tapes. All three sport the original cover art. All three are sounding better than ever.