The debut album by one of the leading jazz soloist, improvisers, and band-leaders of the USSR in the 1970s who's known to have played with Louis Sclavis, Sophia Domancich, Jan Garbarek, Tomash Stanko and many others. As opposed to "Mysteria", the other Vapirov's early work which I posted a couple of weeks ago, this album is quite diverse. It contains pieces ranging from jazz-rock sometimes evokative of Zao to chamber folk-fusion to rather mainstream jazz. Overall, it is a solid effort which by no means would be out time and place in the European progressive jazz scene of mid-70s. My vinyl came without original cover (which may have something to do with the fact that Vapirov's music was banned in the USSR for some time), so I don't have any factual info about the album.
The second album by Anatoliy Vapirov can be found here.
The download link is to be found in the comments.