Second Album was the second album released by British rock group Curved Air. It reached No. 11 in the UK Charts on 9 October 1971, and "Back Street Luv" became a UK No. 4 chart hit on 7 August 1971. Both variations of the album cover include a rainbow, a reference to the album A Rainbow in Curved Air, from which the band took their name.
Curved Air are a pioneering English progressive rock group formed in 1970 by musicians from mixed artistic backgrounds, including classical, folk, and electronic sound. The resulting sound of the band was a mixture of progressive rock, folk rock, and fusion with classical elements. Along with High Tide and East of Eden, Curved Air were one of the first rock bands after It's a Beautiful Day, The Flock and the United States of America to feature a violin
Redirected from Air Conditioning (Curved Air album)). Air Conditioning is the first studio album by British progressive rock band Curved Air. It was released in November 1970 and reached number 8 in the UK albums chart in December 1970. On the picture disc (subsequently used as the album cover) the album title was shown as "Airconditioning", while the subsequent green label issue had it as "Air Conditioning".
The Curved Air Rarities Series Vol. 2b: Infinity. The Curved Air Rarities Series Vol 1: Tapestry of Propositions. Colder Than a Rose in Snow. Back Street Luv, Everdance (Live).
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Air Conditioning, the debut album from Gloucestershire band Curved Air, is widely considered to be one of the pioneering albums of the progressive rock genre. Recorded in July 1970 and released to an unsuspecting public just four months later, this was unlike much of what had been heard previously. Many of the bands that are remembered today as some of the greatest prog bands of all time were yet to unleash something quite as different and out there as Air Conditioning.