English jazz-rock group Affinity released only one album and one single during their brief existence, and though their work is obscure, it remains an important document of the type of crossover between psychedelic rock and progressive styles they and many other bands of their ilk were exploring in the early '70s. The band remains a favorite for fans of deeply buried psychedelic artifacts, and though their self-titled 1970 album was the only material they released while active, multiple collections have been pieced together from their archives. In 2021, a remastered and expanded version of the album released by Cherry Red Records included four discs worth of live performances and rarities. Affinity formed gradually throughout the late '60s, growing out of a jazz trio comprised of University of Sussex science students Lynton Naiff on ...
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Origins: The Baskervilles 1965 2007 Origins: The Baskervilles 1965
Affinity 1970 Affinity
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