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SUNDAY

Sunday

 

Crossover Prog

3.37 | 17 ratings

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Kjarks
4 stars Sometimes we discover accidentally an old disk that we never had heard before and we mean : but that's quite good ! And we wonder why we ignored even the existence of the musicians who recorded it a long time ago. So we remember that the 1970's were extremely prolific. There was a lot of fine groups full of hope and creativity.

This Scottish quartet lacked neither energy nor a solid sense of melody. Their musical technic was improved. Even the vocals are excellent. The music could be a kind of progressive blues. A strong blues-rock is never far. The organ leads undoubtedly and sometimes, on peaceful themes, it reminds Jimmy Smith. But some sharp guitar riffs could be closer to the former Colosseum. Other comparisons could be made with Atomic Rooster...

Therefore, overall, catchy melodies dominate this record. In fact, these musicians had found their own style and composed their whole materials. And that's a big credit to give them.

Why do some poor groups had a good audience and sold a gratifying number of disks while skilled and creative musicians remain unknown ? It's a simple matter of chance in life ! And it's time to give a small second chance here to this attractive scottish band.

Kjarks | 4/5 |

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