Covers shown: LP 1983, CD 2004 SEASONS (1983)

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Produced by John Leckie
Morgan sings on most tracks

UK: Cherry Red Records B RED 54

Re-issued on CD in July 2004 with LOOK AT LIFE, UK: Voiceprint Records VP290CD

COMMENT BY JOHN LECKIE FOR THE 2004 CD RE-ISSUE: “SEASONS is probably the coolest record I have produced. Considering it was recorded in a cellar on primitive 8-track equipment, this remastered CD sounds fantastic!”

1. Time Of The Season
2. Geneve
3. Take A Heart
4. A Taste Of Honey
5. Un Homme Et Une Femme
6. Coloured Rain
7. Kites
8. The Silent Zone
9. May This Be Love
10. The World At One

John Fiddler: Vocals 3, 9
Swami Prabhu Miten: Vocals 6, Percussion
Swami Deva Peter: Guitar, Flutes, Koto, Tambura, Violin
Swami Divyam Ravi: Percussion, Drums
Ma Gitika: Vocals 1, 4, 5, 6, 9
The Medina Rajneesh Ceilidh Band: 10

After 12 years of non-stop rock’n’roll and two years of intense work in Pipe Studios, Morgan needed a long break and travelled, notably on a spiritual journey to India. Returning to England he lived for a while in a spiritual commune in Suffolk, and decided to record his next album there. Morgan did not forget his roots and go completely new age, in fact this album was made as a dedication to the music he grew up on in the 60's, and he sings most of the songs, with a high expressive voice reminiscent of Robert Wyatt. Ex-British Lions and Medicine Head vocalist John Fiddler also sings two tracks. “Seasons” was produced and mixed by another member of the commune, renowned rock maestro John Leckie, who had produced hits by XTC, Human League, Bebop DeLuxe, Simple Minds, and Public Image, and went on to further fame with his productions of Stone Roses, The Fall, Radiohead, Kula Shaker, Spiritualized, Dr. John and Los Lobos (to name a few!). Most of the songs are seminal hits from the 60's by such names as Traffic, The Zombies, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, and The Sorrows. The arrangements feature an interesting blend of world music and exotica - musical concepts which had hardly entered the public consciousness at the time. A fascinating blend of Afro/Latin percussion, folk, ethnic instruments and analog synths shows the album to be one that was well ahead of its time.