aka as "Don Craine's New Downliners Sect"
After releasing the first and last recordings by the Sect -a honour that we do not deserve-, as well as the band's debut single, here we have another gem from their impressive catalogue from the 60s: a special edition, with picture sleeve, of their mega-rare Pye single from 1967 featuring "Roses", one of their best tracks, plus a cover version of the Remains' "I Can't Get Away From You" on the flip. Neither "Roses" nor "I Can't " have been included in any of the Sect's recent compilations and were never re-released in their original 7" single format. This 45 was originally released after the original Sect disbanded and Don Craine tried to revive the band with a new line-up (featuring Matthew Fisher, soon to be the organist of Procol Harum), imaginatively renaming the group "Don Craine's New Downliners Sect". Great cover, remastered sound and liner notes by the great Don Craine himself. A limited edition of 500 copies.