East of Eden was an atypical band formed by violin player Dave Arbus in Brighton in 1967.They released Mercator projected. After that, Dave Dufort and Steve York left. This was the new lineup: Their 2nd album was Snafu. Then, Ron left the band. This was around 1970.
At least, two compilations have been released by the band. In 1971, a compilation was released, Jig-a-jig, comprising tracks from their 1st and 2nd albums. Another one was World of East of Eden.
And now, we have a 20-years gap! Help here, please!
In 1992, we can find Ron Caines again, this time playing with Reseach, a lineup formed by Geoff Serle:They recorded the album The perpetual city, although it wasn't released until much later.
In 1997, East of Eden comes to life again with 3 original members:They release a new album, Kalipse, with help from bassist Jan Lehne. Due to moderate success, they release a new one, called Armadillo.
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