|B||Better Be Blind|
|S 5045||Skin Alley||Tell Me (7", Single)||CBS||S 5045||UK||1970|
SKIN ALLEY is a Jazz Rock/Fusion, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. Built around keyboardist Juskiewicz and part-time guitarist, but sax and flute player Bob James, Skin Alley had a distinctive sound, which made them stand out at the many free concerts they played.
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Skin Alley’s 1969 eponymous debut showcased some of the most creative and mystical moments of the . progressive rock scene. In just under five minutes the opening Living In Sin seamlessly traverses the topographies of jazz, British R&B, psychedelic rock and summery soft rock while retaining a recognizable thread throughout. The following Tell Me downshifts into an acoustic-based folk-rock ballad that blossoms into complex arrangements peppered with dueling Hammond organs played by Thomas Crimble and Krzysztof Henryk Justkiewicz
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