The band was a respected live act in the 70s and recorded 3 albums of the best British rock music of its time. Baker Gurvitz Army was released in 1974 and paved the way to success with classic hits like Help Me.
For the 1975 album Elysian Encounter, new band members joined, expanding the musical spectrum. Arguably the band's best work, this album contains tracks like People and Time. By the time Hearts on Fire was recorded in 1976, John Norman Mitchell had replaced Peter Lemer on keyboards.
The album was very successful with hits like Flying In And Out of Star, Thirsty for the Blues and Night People. Each CD in this remastered set includes live bonus tracks such as Memory Lane, People and Freedom (written by Jimi Hendrix). Each album CD is housed in a replica album sleeve with the original artwork
CD 1: The Baker Gurvitz Army (1974)
CD 2: Elysian Encounter (1975)
CD 3: Hearts On Fire (1976)
Reviews"The set of three recalls the short, quite creative work of four Masters of their craft..." (Good Times, August/September 2019)