Trapeze - Medusa - 3CD
As per their self-titled debut, Trapeze's second album "Medusa" was produced by The Moody Blues' John Lodge at Morgan Studios in London, and released in November 1970, a mere six months after their first LP.
Trapeze had scaled down to the power trio of Mel Galley, Dave Holland and Glenn Hughes, finally finding their definitive sound, with a mixture of blues, soul, and hard rock, wrapped around seven, classic original songs. This classic has been expanded with two bonus discs, packed with extras. It kicks off with a stereo edit and then a mono edit of the 'Black Cloud' single, followed by radio session versions of 'Makes You Wanna Cry' and 'Medusa'.
Disc Two finishes with an unreleased live show from the USA in March 1971, while disc Three features a second complete unreleased show from 1971, featuring all but two tracks from the "Medusa" LP.