After the release of their eponymous debut LP, Panama Limited Jug Band replaced original vocalist Liz Hanns with 19-year-old Annie Matthews and dropped their traditional raggedy jug blues, ingesting a good deal of Trout Mask Replica in the process.
Compared to the vastly inferior debut, their second album, Indian Summer (1970), was mightily good. Sadly the album did not sell well and Harvest dropped Panama, causing the band to break up.
Indian Summer remains a highly collectable album. Indeed, it clocks in as the second-highest-priced artefact from the enormously collectable Harvest label (after Tea & Symphony‘s Jo Sago ).
Expect to pay over £200 for a copy of the original vinyl LP in great condition.