Polish prog and fusion band Klan formed in Warsaw in 1969, but broke up soon after due to the lack of prospects, money and the incessant bans on travels to concerts abroad. When in 1972 the Klan was invited to come to Finland to be a part of Helsinki Festival, the band had actually been non-existent for a year. But band leader Marek Alaszewski went to Finland with a completely new reactivated band featuring Tomasz Jaskiewicz (ex-Niemen Enigmatic) and the rhythm section of the famous Tomasza Stanko Quintet: Bronislaw Suchanek and Janusz Stefanski. The musicians prepared a completely new set, in which the free-jazz fascinations of the drummer and bassist fused with the rock pugnacity of the guitarists. They played together (unfortunately) only once, but this was luckily recorded by Finnish radio. The remastered material appears for the first time ever on a CD, complemented with an extensive booklet withplentiful reminiscences of the musicians on that picturesque trip.