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    Nucleus We’ll Talk About It Later

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    • Nucleus – Lullaby
    • Nucleus – Ballad of Joe Pimp
    • Nucleus – Song for the Bearded Lady
    • Nucleus – Sun Child
    • Nucleus – Easter 1916
    • Nucleus – Easter 1916
    • Nucleus – We'll Talk About It Later
    • 1. Lullaby
    • 2. Ballad of Joe Pimp
    • 3. Song for the Bearded Lady
    • 4. Sun Child
    • 5. Easter 1916
    • 5. Easter 1916
    • 6. We'll Talk About It Later

    Their masterpiece? With breaks for dayyyyyys and an almost ambient, heavy jazz atmosphere throughout, *this* is the apex of British jazz-rock fusion. We'll Talk About It Later was first released on Vertigo in 1971 and original copies are now very tricky to score. Like all the Nucleus records, it’s aged ridiculously well and this Be With re-issue, re-mastered from the original analogue tapes, shows off just why this deserves to be back in press.

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