SEALED.....The British band FREEDOM founded in 1967, when after the huge success of Procol Harum's international success "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" two musicians, namely drummer Bobby Harrison and guitarist Ray Royer, left the band and just founded this new band. They wanted to play harder progressive blues rock, as it was en voque then. After the soundtrack album "Black & White" to the eponymous film by Tinto Brass as well as two highly sought–after singles released only in Germany, 1970 appeared the first regular album of the band "Freedom at Last". The album was created in the studio Orange in London with Bobby Harrison (drums), guitarist Roger Saunders and bassist Walter Monagham. Here comes the first release on vinyl since 45 years. After two more albums that appeared on the legendary Vertigo label in 1972 still was concluded with the band. This album, which now appears on 180 gram heavy vinyl, offers 12 psychedelic tinged and heavy blues–rock songs in the for that time typical performing style that became a real British quality concept and gained by bands such as Led Zeppelin, Spooky Tooth or Cream worldwide reputation, til today.