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3.58 | 21 ratings

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4 stars Excelent live performance of a great progressive canterbury style band. Plenty of intrincate, smooth, catchy armonies and ritmic figures at same time.

First influences are soft machine (second album), egg, caravan and zappa, but thay have his own personality and music tools.

The music of this double live cd are taked from three first albums (the most progressive and best), and they sound very good after 30 years. This lost period means a few sincronity errors too, but they are humans, and are playing with great emotion.

The album included a girl named you, a 10 minutes theme with intrincated, fast music and a very strong interplay between the ritmic and melodic elements, and a reserved passage for the solist instrument. (flute, Sacha Van Geest). This is an underrated masterpiece!

Another great songs are: energy, judy goes on holliday, puding en gistering, mexico and present from nancy.

Recomended to caravan, camel (first years fans), they are in the samla mammas manna and wingwam line too. It is complex but desdramatized (relaxed) music.

4.5 stars

manolete | 4/5 |


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