By 1970, Nirvana’s original sextet had been whittled down to one. Alex Spyropoulos the only other remaining member moved on, thus Nirvana became the vehicle for Patrick Campbell-Lyons solo work. The duo would link up again in the 1990s, when interest in the band was revived.
“Local anaesthetic” was the first release by Nirvana in this form, Campbell-Lyons describing it as the “birth of the real Nirvana”. The album appeared on the Vertigo label, complete with swirl label and inner sleeve. There is certainly a sea change in the style of music here. Gone are the pysch pop sounds of songs such as “Tiny goddess” and “Pentecost hotel”, to be replaced by a far more progressive style. The album consists of just two tracks, one on each side.
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