Doctor Dunbar's Prescription

Aynsley Dunbar started out in Liverpool playing with The Mojos, John Mayall & Jeff Beck, all prior to forming his own blues-based band in 1967. An early version of his band included Peter Green, Jack Bruce & Rod Stewart. Later in the seventies Aynsley moved to the USA, joining The Mothers Of Invention, then subsequently as session musician for David Bowie among others. In 1974 he filled the drummer slot in Journey, a San Francisco band, and in 1979 fulfilled the same role for Jefferson Starship. On this LP, Selections are: Change Your Low Down Ways; Fugitive; Till Your Lovin' Makes Me Blue; Now That You've Lost Me (B.B. King song); I Tried; Call My Woman; Devil Drives; Low Gear Man; Tuesday's Blues; Mean Old World. Produced by Ian Samwell, engineered by Philip Wade. Front cover design & photography by Hipgnosis. The group is: Aynsley Dunbar, drums; Victor Brox, 12 string guitar, organ, cornet, vocals; Alex Dmochowski, bass; John Moorshead, lead guitar, vocals. This is a seldom seen Original 1969 Mono pressing manufactured in The UK on Liberty Records for Bam Bam Productions. Everything appears in overall Very Good condition.