Tully - Loving Is Hard LP
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Sydney psychedelic icons Tully's luminous third and final album was originally released in 1972, after the band had officially broken up. Tully had been massively popular in Sydney as a rock band in 1969-70, but underwent a spiritual transformation that left many fans scratching their heads. Audiences declined steadily, and by the end of 1971 they realised they could no longer continue. Still, they had one more album owing on their record contract, and decided to make a final statement before going their separate ways. In hindsight, Loving Is Hard is an elegant triumph, all the more affecting for the turmoil that went into its making. Like Sea Of Joy before it, Loving Is Hard possesses a profound, serene beauty, worlds removed from anything else happening in Australia at the time. As bonus tracks, the Loving Is Hard reissue appends Tully's one and only single, the sparse and sombre 1971 release Krishna Came / Lord Baba.