Thors Hammer ‎– Thors Hammer (1971)

Thors Hammer is the singular album by the namesake Danish jazz-rock band, released in 1971 on Metronome.

A1. “Mexico” (6:21)
A2. “Not Worth Saying” (13:06)
B1. “Blind Gypsy Woman” (9:22)
B2. “Belive in What You Want” (4:23)
B3. “Evasive Dreams Beyond” (3:32)

Bass – Henrik Bødtcher
Drums – Simon Koppel
Guitar, Piano – Michael Bruun
Organ, Piano – Henrik Langkilde
Saxophone [Tenor, Alto And Soprano] – Jesper Neehammer
Vocals – Peter Nielsen

Engineer – Bent Hulsrøj
Producer – Freddy Hansson, Leif Pedersen

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