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3.66 | 130 ratings

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Eetu Pellonpaa
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3 stars The music on this peculiar album is quite unique, but not the most interesting in my opinion, standing the test of time when competing for listening possibilities during the decades. The line-up is the challenging keyboard-bass-drums trio with vocals, and though the Hammond sounds are quite cool, still the sound texture is quite minimal and easy to get bored with after the first charms. Also the compositions are based on quite simple blues rock elements, so this stuff can't be compared to Emerson, Lake and Palmer in richness of details nor ranges of stylistic elements. This isn't really bad album either, so I would recommend it for fans of both early 1970's hard rock music and keyboard trios.
Eetu Pellonpaa | 3/5 |


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