"De Homine Urbano"
ECLEC 2344 - 2012
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ECLEC 2345 - 2012
Finn Olafsson's first two albums
Danish progressive rock band
ACHE's two first albums
"DE HOMINE URBANO" & "GREEN MAN"
by Esoteric Recordings, England
On September 24, 2012, UK based record company Esoteric
Recordings reissued the Danish progressive rock band ACHE’s two first
albums ”De Homine Urbano” from 1970 and ”Green Man” from 1971.
”Green Man” includes the single hit ”Shadow of a Gipsy” which was
released in 1970 as a forerunner for the album.
ACHE was formed in 1968 by Finn Olafsson (guitars, vocals), Peter
Mellin, (Hammond organ, piano, vocals), Torsten Olafsson (bass,
vocals), and Glenn Fischer (drums, percussion).
This is the 6th rerelease of those two legendary ACHE albums for
Philips hailed by Julian Cope in his on-line Danskrocksampler page and
now considered Psych / Prog classics par excellence.
The Esoteric Recordings reissues have been newly remastered and feature booklets that fully restore all
original album artwork with a new essay and an interview with Finn
Olafsson and Torsten Olafsson authored by Record Collector magazine
journalist Marco Rossi.
The two CDs have been remastered by Ben Wiseman, The Audio Archiving
”De Homine Urbano” and ”Green Man” can be purchased online with Cherry
Red Records in England:
Cherry Red Records' Webshop
Read more on Esoteric Recordings’ website (scroll down):
Esoteric Recordings: Latest News (September, 2012)
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