Rainbow Theatre was One of the Most Unique Bands to Emerge from the Mid-1970s Australian Rock Scene. On a Scene Dominated by Hard Rock, Blues and Commercially Minded. Countdown Friendly Glam Pop, Rainbow Theatre Proffered a Style of Classically Influenced Jazz Rock that Could Be Practically Head Spinning in Its Intensity. "Fantasy of Horses" was Released in 1976 as a Follow Up to the Debut the Armada (Also Due to Be Reissued by Aztec Music Later this Year). Full of Symphonic Grandeur, the Seven-part, 22-minute Title Suite Emerges as the Band's Crowning Achievement - the Track Weaves Its Way Through Complex Progressive Jazz Movements to Minor-key Classical Moments, and Naturally There Are Lashings of Mellotron to Be Heard.