Performance by Logos at KPFT's Free Music Store on September 21, 1972. Logos (pronounced Lah-gahs) consists of Truett Tidwell, keyboards and ARP synthesizer; Paul Bauer, guitar and ARP synthesizer; Rick Thigpen, bass, flute, keyboard and vocals; Steve Adams, bass, flute, guitars, keyboards and vocals, and Jim Lemon on drums. The group composed the music, similar to the jazz/rock-on-synthesizer that several English groups are working in and that Joseph Byrd pioneered in America. In this performance, they are accompanied by the College of Musical Knowledge String Quartet, which consists of Bob Brewer on cello; Micki Packard on viola; and Carol Owen and Steve Minitre on violin. Songs include "Lonely Man," "Number 25," and "In Mist of Morning." Pat Brennan joins Logos for their last song "Do Lord." Recording produced by Paul Yeager.
This recording was formerly cataloged as BC1572.
Box note: Archive No. BC 1572.