Iconic 1971 album, original pressing on Vertigo swirl label in a 6-part poster cover. The album cover features a Roger Dean drawn record sleeve designed as a guide to Notting Hill Gate.
Michael Absalom was born in Torquay, Devon of Irish and Welsh parentage. After being raised in England and Canada, Absalom was educated at Oxford University and the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. He worked as a busker for several years, before Patrick Campbell-Lyons (of Nirvana) signed him to Vertigo Records.
Sleeve is in good, intact condition but does show signs of age and use, please see photos.
A1 Saga Of John The Bog
A2 Don't Tell It On The Telephone
A3 Let Me Give You Roses, Rose
A4 Old Woman In The Moon
A5 Saga Of Ernie Plugg's Bust
B1 Saga Of Suzie Grapevine And Pusher Joe
B2 Frightened Of The Dark
B3 Gaza Striptease
B4 It Must Be Spring
B5 Saga Of Peaches Melba And The Hash Officer
• Artwork, Photography By – Roger Dean (4)
• Producer – Patrick Campbell-Lyons
• Written-By, Arranged By, Vocals, Guitar – Mike Absalom