Coming Of Prince Kajuku
by UFO

Album: Unidentified Flying Object (1971)
  • "Coming Of Prince Kajuku" or "The Coming Of Prince Kajuku" is the B Side of "Prince Kajuku". Credited as a group composition with the original line up, which featured Mick Bolton on lead guitar, it was released on Beacon, Columbia, Decca, EMI and Stateside. The German Decca release features a picture sleeve, as does the Stateside release, which was put out in Japan, where UFO first took off.
  • This unexceptional instrumental is also featured on their UFOII album (Flying), a record that is dominated by the mind-blowing title track. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2
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