The Cautionary Tale of the Devil’s Bondsman.
This is what it sounds like when Ginger Baker is not the craziest member of your band. Bond plays like a man possessed.
Their second album for Columbia in less than a year features more of the same, but with less impressive material.
One of the last singles from the Organization, recorded after Jack Bruce had been fired from the band.
The first of two albums that Bond recorded in America for Pulstar Records, by witch time Bond had gone full warlock.
More mystical blues-rock originals featuring some of the hottest organ playing this side of The Doors.
A double-elpee collection of unreleased live and studio recordings from the Graham Bond group in 1963 and 1966.
Ginger’s afro-jazz experiment recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall with Graham Bond, Steve Winwood and Denny Laine.
With most of the Air Force gone AWOL, Baker conscripted new members around Graham Bond and Denny Laine and recorded one more album.
Bond’s deepest dive yet into the mystic arts, featuring a magic ritual set to music and songs about The Tarot.
More songs about witches and druids. Not as off-putting as his last, but a full band is no substitute for a full deck.
A bootleg-quality live recording featuring the sound of the Graham Bond Organization in 64 before their first record.
A four-disc, career-spanning set featuring pre- and post-peak live recordings that fill out the two proper Organisation discs nicely.