Aesop`s Fables - In Due Time - Psych Funk Breaks Psychedelic Rock LP

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Aesop`s Fables - In Due Time

Label: Cadet Concept Records

LPS 323

Format: Vinyl, LP
Record is VG+ VG++ only light marks ( listen)
Cover is VG+ corner wear ringwear

Country: Canada Issue
Original Issue

Released: 1969

Genre: Jazz, Rock

Style: Jazz-Rock, Psychedelic Rock


A1 Lift Up Your Hearts

A2 What Is Soul

A3 In Due Time

A4 In The Morning

A5 Everyone's Talking

A6 Spoons Full Of Sand

B1 The Sound Of Crying

B2 What Is LOve

B3 Look Out

B4 I'm Gonna Make You Love Me

B5 And When It's Over

monster breaks on ..
What is Soul, And When It's Over and What is Love


Bass Guitar, Guitar, Vocals– Ronny Alterville
Engineer– Bill Lobb
Flute, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Vocals– Robert Di Monda
Guitar, Vocals– Frank Krepala
Organ, Vocals– Barry Taylor
Producer– Bob Gallo
Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone– Joe Fraticelli
Trumpet, Trombone– Louis Montaruli
Vocals, Drums– John Scaduto
Vocals, Percussion– Sonny Bottari

Aesop's Fables led by singer/songwriter Sonny Bottari.

This Long Island-based group was initially signed by ATCO where they released a series of three widely ignored mid-1960s singles.

"In Due Time " is a nice psychedelic soul-rock album on the collectible Cadet Concept imprint. Sporting two capable vocalists in Sonny Bottari and drummer John Scaduto, the collection aptly demonstrated the octet's enjoyable blend of blue-eyed soul and more experimental horn based outings "Everybody's Talking" and "Look Out".

Featuring a mixture of producer Bob (Robert) Gallo-penned numbers and band originals, blue-eyed soul moves like "Lift Up Your Hearts", "What Is Soul", and The Rascals blue-eyed soul clone "What Is Love" they were quite succesful.

The band is excellent especially when one or all hit a groove like the organ freak out on "In the Morning".

A commercial pop offering, with strong soul flavor, and modest use of psych effects, as well as horns.
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