Outside the Gate (1988) album.
It’s largely spoken word but when Geordie Walker starts up with a repetitive acoustic riff, Jaz’s delivery begins to resemble a lyric structure.
It would've been a fascinating experience to witness live but I’m not sure it needed a separate release; a bundled 2nd disc with the Outside the Gate album would’ve been more relevant.
It’s hard to apply a rating because enjoyment is solely dependent on your feelings for Jaz, and his system of beliefs.
Songs of Note: It's one track lasting 66 mins.
3 Lovecrafts out of 5