Was given a copy of Tully’s ‘Loving Is Hard’ album, which has been reissued after being originally released in 1972.
The first few tracks represent a very different sound to what I’ve heard previously with Sea Of Joy, bringing in much more saxophone and clarinet, almost giving it this, werid, tangy jazz feel.and I have yet to hear their debut or this mystical live album that everyone keeps going on about.That being said, I’m only half way through the album at the moment.
But hey, classic Australian early 70s psychedelic and progressive influenced rock, I can appreciate it, and i’ll keep an open mindI dig.

Was given a copy of Tully’s ‘Loving Is Hard’ album, which has been reissued after being originally released in 1972.

The first few tracks represent a very different sound to what I’ve heard previously with Sea Of Joy, bringing in much more saxophone and clarinet, almost giving it this, werid, tangy jazz feel.
and I have yet to hear their debut or this mystical live album that everyone keeps going on about.

That being said, I’m only half way through the album at the moment.

But hey, classic Australian early 70s psychedelic and progressive influenced rock, I can appreciate it, and i’ll keep an open mind

I dig.