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Kin Ping Meh


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2.18 | 3 ratings

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2 stars To be a west-german band of the 70s doesn't automatically qualify for the label krautrock or even prog rock. KIN PING MEH is just an example for that - at least for this single production which is representing the first two songs from their album 'Virtues & Sins'. They play solid heavy rock music with intensive organ use and good vocals by english native Geff Harrison. But that's it.

Good Time Gracie is a typical average rock n' roller with staccato piano peering hard at the rock charts whereby I can't detect any surprising or sophisticated element which could warrent the label progressive. Flavoured with female backing vocals You're A Liar is better then remembering at Spooky Tooth with a more complex arrangement. Overall similar to the other album single this is only something for the hunters and gatherers.

Rivertree | 2/5 |


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