Germany, 1974, progressive rock / jazz fusion
This is one of about fifty albums in my collection that are solitary albums by bands. In other words, this is Tortilla Flat’s only studio album, so, of course, I was interested in this recording initially for the obscurity factor. When I listened to it, however, I found it to be pleasant on its own, without meta considerations, especially since its main instrument is the flute, giving it quite a pastoral feeling overall, the guitar-driven second track excepted. What this here is is standard 70s prog / jazz fusion. It’s not going to blow you away, but it’s a pretty good offering of the time.