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Performer: Roger Bunn
Genre: Jazz / Rock / Folk, World, & Country
Album: Piece Of Mind
Released: 1970
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock, Folk, Folk Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1124 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1160 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1297 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 620

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A1 Road To The Sun
A2 Jac Mool
A3 Fantasy And Fiction
A4 Crystal Tunnel
A5 3 White Horses
A6 Cattatonia
A7 Suffering Wheel
B1 Gido The Magician
B2 Powis Square Child
B3 Old Maid Prudence
B4 Humble Chortle
B5 Jasons Ennui
B6 110*East +107* North


  • Arranged By – Rudd Bos And Roger Bunn
  • Orchestrated By – Rudd Bos

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SMLP70 Roger Bunn Piece Of Mind ‎(LP) Major Minor SMLP70 UK 1970
AIRAC-1690 Roger Bunn Piece Of Mind ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Air Mail Archive AIRAC-1690 Japan 2013
RCCD3055 Roger Bunn Piece Of Mind ‎(CD) Rollercoaster Records RCCD3055 UK 2005
LPJ 5172 Roger Bunn Piece Of Mind ‎(LP, Album) Jolly LPJ 5172 Italy 1971
LPS084 Roger Bunn Piece Of Mind ‎(LP, Album, RE) Wah Wah Records LPS084 Spain 2010

UK artists who went to Holland and recorded a record - later released on Major Minor in the UK (no f/o), Jolly in Italy (no f/o - front image same as inner on Dutch and German) and Ohr! in Germany (f/o, but with advertising section). The LP has a vast range of styles in my opinion - all kept together as the tracks float / merge into each other on many occasions. The styles vary from psychedelic folk with great jazzy arrangements, to pop/beat, to comical oddities with . Overall a very enjoyable listen. The Dutch sleeve has the inside of the fold-out without advertising (like the German has), hence maintaining a "closer to the idea" artistic expression of the sleeve concept.