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If - If 3
(United Artists UAG-29158 UK-71 VG+ 300:-)

If was Great Britain's contribution to the jazz-rock movement, producing several albums noteworthy for placing jazz players in a pop/rock band context and producing a true fusion of the two genres without diluting the players' improvisational skills.

"If 3" continues in the same jazz-rock vein as its predecessors, with strong solo work from reedmen Dave Quincy and Dick Morrissey, and the unique fretwork of fleet-fingered guitarist Terry Smith.
Illés ‎– Nehéz Az Út
(Island ILPS-9172 UK-71 VG+ 275:-)

The "Incredibles" mined the successful formula of past releases on "Liquid Acrobat", a sprawling, epic, and fanciful collection of folk musics from around the world, complete with Williamson's soulful brogue or Heron's bluesy warmth. Somehow, the ISB managed to combine numerous styles and add their own magic to the brew in order to make the sound uniquely their own.

Original UK pressing; both sleeve and vinyl are graded VG+.
Incredible String Band - Liquid Acrobat
(Island ILPS-9172 UK-71 VG+ 275:-)

The "Incredibles" mined the successful formula of past releases on "Liquid Acrobat", a sprawling, epic, and fanciful collection of folk musics from around the world, complete with Williamson's soulful brogue or Heron's bluesy warmth. Somehow, the ISB managed to combine numerous styles and add their own magic to the brew in order to make the sound uniquely their own.

Original UK pressing; both sleeve and vinyl are graded VG+.
Intruder - A Higher Form of Killing
(Metal Blade 72416-1 US-89 VG+ 275:-)

Intruder may not have been Nashville's first but they were definitely the city's best-known thrash band. They built upon the speed metal sound pioneered by bands like Metallica and Megadeth, adding elements of what would later become known as "progressive metal" to their unrelenting aural attack.

Fueled by the phenomenal virtuosity of guitarist Arthur Vinett, and the throaty growl of vocalist James Hamilton, Intruder built a large cult following across the United States and in Europe on the strength of their brutal live performances.
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