Newly re-mastered and expanded edition of the highly collectable and legendary 1972 self-titled album by 9:30 Fly.
Formed in Cheltenham in 1971, 9:30 were a highly original band who took in folk and progressive influences in their work. Released on the Ember label in 1972, “9:30 Fly” is legendary for the originality of the music within and also for its great rarity. Although the album failed to make a commercial impression at the time of its release, it is now regarded as a milestone in Progressive/Folk Rock.
This Esoteric Recordings reissue has been re-mastered and includes two bonus tracks. The booklet restores the original album artwork and includes a new essay by Sid Smith with exclusive interviews with band members.
1 Life And Times 5:12
2 Summer Days 5:47
3 September 2:40
4 Unhinged 6:31
5 Mr. 509 7:23
6 Brooklyn Thoughts 3:41
7 Time Of War 8:38
8 Songs For L.A. (Bonus Track) 4:02
9 September (First Mix) (Bonus Track) 2:50