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Kevin Ayers


Canterbury Scene

3.32 | 35 ratings

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4 stars I must admit up front that i am a huge Kevin Ayers fan so I guess my reviews will be shaded but he is one of the real innovators and is so sadly uunderrated. By the mid 70's Kevin was well past his Harvest record days and wrote and recorded 3 further and very interesting albums on Island Records. I think of the 3 this album is the most complete Ayers album of the lot for me. Side two of this album is a side long epic "The Confessions of Dr. Dream" which is simply a whole new story. Kevin is joined with Crimson;s Mike Giles, Steve Nye on the organ and Rupert Hine on the synth. Ayers uses space nicely here with some great interludes and musical montages. A highly well crafted album !!
loserboy | 4/5 |


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