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Vinyl LP pressing. Reissue, originally released in 1973. Formed in 1971 by guitarist John Evan-Jones and his bassist brother Trevor, obscure British prog-rock act Jonesy had a shifting line-up and unusual elements, Chicago-born Jimmy Kaleth's battery of keyboards including a Mellotron. Sophomore set Keeping Up... saw Trevor return to the fold, along with drummer Plug Thomas, fresh from sessions with Supertramp; guitarist Ray Russell's lush string arrangements and Alan Bown's plaintive trumpet and flugelhorn add extra musical dimensions. Capturing the group at their most eclectic, Keeping Up... is a must for Mellotron fans and all lovers of pop, jazz, and blues-tinged prog. Includes one bonus track, "Every Day's The Same".