Solis Lacus is the first group of renowned Belgian pianist Michel Herr and a pioneer of electric jazz in the 70’s in Europe. The group regularly shared the stage with Placebo, Marc Moulin’s cult band. There are even two musicians shared by both groups as well as the same sound and same groove so characteristic. Solis Lacus is the European counterpart to sound experimentations of Herbie Hancock’s Headhunters, or the best albums of the CTI label such as Freddie Hubbard. A new pearl of European jazz to rediscover as was the case with Placebo, Cortex, Michael Garrick catalog, Ian Carr or MPS catalog.
MORGAN was formed in the early '70s by two musicians (Morgan Fisher and Maurice Bacon) who had played in the late sixties British pop group The Soul Survivors (a pretty good semi-pro soul band) that became The Love Affair (the hit pop band of "Everlasting Love" fame, whose singer Steve Ellis left when he realised that the soul had gone and pop had taken over) and later L.A. (the prog version of the previous band, with a new singer). L.A. failed in terms of sales because their largely pop audience couldn't understand what they were up to, playing in 5/4 and so on.