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Malcolm LeMaistre's first gig with the band 13th March 71:
Town Hall, Birmingham

In 1971 Rose Simpson quit the band and Malcolm LeMaistre became a full-time member.
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(Billboard April 1971)




LP release April 1971






(Foto: LA Free Press, 4 June 1971)
May 1971:
US tour

cover of the bootleg






Observer, 18 May 1971









New Musical Express 1971






"If there is one set of people who can fairly be credited with lifting folk music, or at least certain aspects of the music that hides under that blanket term, away from its roots and bringing it to a wider audience, then it must be the Incredible String Band. They have never sheltered behind a purist tag and their music has gradually developed over the years through many changes to become a unique blend of forms and ideas from as many different cultures as you can imagine - from America through British to Far Eastern. But the operative word is unique, because you could never find a formula running through their work and apply it to anyone else. From the days when it was Clive Palmer, Robin Williamson and Mike Heron, through the time when Mike and Robin were on their own, to the slow growth of the band to a four-piece including Rose and Licorice, to the present day with Robin, Mike, Licorice and Malcolm Le Maistre, the Incredibles have brought a freshness of approach to music that has delighted and enriched a scene that so often lacks delights or riches.
Their recent tours of Britain and America should have brought to their latest incarnation of the family closeness that is always a mark of the Incredibles at their best. If they play as well today as they did at the Festival Hall earlier in the year, their set should be one of the highest in a day of high spots. Enjoy them."
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New Musical Express 1971



Ahoy, Rotterdam, 1971
Copenhagen 3. Sept. 1971








German info sheet for "Liquid Acrobat ..."
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Liquid Acrobat As Regards The Air

Album released October 1971



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(source: www.aylesburyfriars.co.uk)








Concert programme, Friars 1971







(source: www.aylesburyfriars.co.uk)







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