Magical Love

Album: Magical Love (1973)
  • According to the January 23, 1973 issue of the British trade paper Music Week, Saturnalia's Magical Love was to be released February 11. (Other sources give February 9 as the release date). The advertisement said it was the world's first 3D picture disk. The title track was the first song on the album, although it had actually been around since at least 1969. Credited to lead vocalist Aletta, this was as good as it got for this psychedelic band. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England

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