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Studio Album, released in 2022

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Queen of the White E (9:41)
2. Silent Promise (8:52)
3. The Journey (6:27)
4. The Eppik (9:57)
5. Vanishing Dream (4:26)
6. Better Days (11:39)
7. The Eppik (first version) (10:01)

Total Time 61:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Pepi Lemer / voice
- Dave Tidball / tenor & soprano saxophones
- Brian Miller / acoustic & electric pianos, synthesizer
- Jeff Clyne / bass
- Paul Robinson / drums & percussion

Releases information

The album includes previously unreleased recordings, including two tracks which were not on either of the two studio albums.
These recordings were made live in-studio in London in 1977 or 1978 and were provided by Brian Miller who has received the approval of the other members of Turning Point, or their families, for this release.

Cover design by Richard Moore from Dreams by Sir F. W. Burton

Produced by John Thurlow

released April 15, 2022
2022 Jazz In Britain Ltd

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4 stars Vanishing Dream features seven previously unheard live studio recordings. The two versions of The Eppik, are totally new to listeners having never been released in any form. The performance throughout will satisfy anybody who appreciates Turning Points easily identifiable and unique sound. T ... (read more)

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