"Tea and Symphony- Jo Sago-1970 UK":
Tea and Symphony was a progressive outfit from Birmingham who played some of the most esoteric and experimental music released on the Harvest label.Their second album "Jo Sago", was every bit as adventurous as their debut "An Asylum For The Musically Insane".
The side-long title cut was an interesting attempt to relate the problems of a young Caribbean jazz musician living in Birmingham, but it pales in the company of the short tracks on the other side. These are more in the vein of the first album, but even better - ranking as among the best British acid-folk cuts. Sadly it was a bit too esoteric for wide public consumption and only sold a few hundred copies. It is now one of the label's rarest and most sought-after items.
-by dj fanis: here