Supersister - Iskander (expanded/remastered)
Supersister were one of Holland's top progressive bands from 1970-75. They were obviously heavily influenced by Soft Machine & also the Mothers Of Invention but they gave those admitted influences their own spin and came up with something quite wonderful and special, I think. By the time of this, their final studio album, they tried something quite different. Recorded in England at The Manor, on this album the replaced the flute player with the great reed player Charlie Mariano, who is featured here on saxes, flute, bass clarinet and nathasuaram. The sound is a bit more jazz/jazz-rock than before and Mariano plays stunningly well. This features both sides of two singles from 1973, as well as rare photos and artwork and insightful liner notes. Probably my very favorite of all of them and I really like them all! Highly recommended!