Luke Gibson – Another Perfect Day


Back in 1971, Luke Gibson entered at the studio to record, for the first time a solo album. He had played before on garage blues group Luke and the Apostles and psych pop Kensington Market. He focused on his own songs and recorded them as he felt. The result was Another Perfect Day, one of the best singer songwriter albums to came out from Canada in the 70’s and one of the most underated too.
The sessions were produced by Gene Martynec (Kensington Market) and captured all the emotions of a fabulous musician on the peak of his career. Including beautiful tunes like See You Again, Lobo and Angel, Another perfect Day is a lost gemm. A great album that walks through folk, country , pop and rock to create a rootsy and unique flavour.

Reissued for the first time on vinyl

Includes insert with undSeen pictures and words by Luke Gibson himself





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