Sommor Records present the first ever vinyl reissue of Synchro Rhythmic Eclectic Language’s Lambi, originally released in 1976. Impressive jazz-rock-fusion with progressive, funk, Afro-Caribbean and Zeuhl elements courtesy of multi-cultural French band Synchro. The band features drummer Steve McCall (Air, Cecil Taylor), sax player Jo Maka (Intercommunal Free Dance Music Orchestra), violinist Jean-Yves Rigaud (ZAO), electric guitar player Gerard Curbillon (Speed Limit), pianist Georges-Edouard Nouel (Noel McGhie & Space Spies), and bass player Louis Xavier (Ladja). You’ll find Zeuhl grooves (“Rigibo”), jazz-funk-breaks galore (“A.B.C.D.”), Afro-Latin-jazz (“Pasto”, “Rete”), library jazz funk (“El Gason”), and many more surprises. Originally released on the Moshé-Naïm label in 1976, here’s the first ever vinyl reissue, expanded to a double album including some essential bonus tracks taken from the recording sessions. Master tape sound. Original artwork in gatefold sleeve.