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Roger Waters - Music From The Body (with Ron Geesin)* CD (album) cover


Roger Waters


Crossover Prog

2.91 | 82 ratings

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Chris S
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3 stars Ok what a strange album....much like Water's ' Several Species Of Small Furry Animals Grooving In A Cave With A Pict' from the Ummagumma works, Music from The Body has something extra, a little more special. Must be Ron Geesin's influence perhaps or the fact that this was the birth of DSOTM. There is a huge concept feel to the album, no matter how much Waters may despise the conceptual creation and output of his music, he has to admit conceptually he is " Top Dog" in that department. This is immature, naive and totally experimental yet has all the creative force one would expect from one of the greatest prog artists of all time.' Give Birth To A Smile' ably backed by his own band is the nicest touch on this melancholic psychedlic brunch of an album!
Chris S | 3/5 |


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