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Room  - Pre-Flight album download
Blues Rock, Prog Rock
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    Pre-Flight
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    Blues Rock, Prog Rock
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This is a moderately decent album from the short-lived Room (aka The Room aka The Way), released during those pivotal days after the Summer of Love and Woodstock but before rock music had become completely dominated by slick, commercially-minded types. The band was from some rural area of Britain (Blandford Forum) and the music was mostly blues-based with the occasional foray just inside the lines of heavy progressive rock and even a little modern jazz.

Pre-Flight Parts 1&2. Written-By – Steve Edge. 2. Where Did I Go Wrong. Written-By – Room (5). 3. No Warmth In My Life. Room (5). Pre-Flight ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial).

Room - Pre-Flight (1970). Jane Kevern - lead female vocals, tambourine Chris Williams - lead guitar Steve Edge - lead & rhythm guitar Roy Putt - bass Bob Jenkins - drums, percussion,congas. Songs in album Room - Pre-Flight (1970). 1. Pre-Flight (Parts I & II).

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Side 1 1. Pre-Flight (Part 1 & 11) 2. Where Did I Go Wrong 3. No Warmth In My Life 4. Big John Blues Side 2 1. Andromeda 2. War 3. Cemetry Junction Parts 1 & 11 Formed in 1968, Room was a quintet from Blandford Forum, Dorset that made one album for Decca after winning second prize at a Melody Maker talent contest in '69. The unit included guitarist Steve Edge and featured the unique voice of Jane Kevern, Roy Putt bass, Bob Jenkins percussion and the lead guitar of Chris Williams. They merged heavy psychedelic rock, progressive jazz and orchestration