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Babe Ruth


Heavy Prog

3.71 | 142 ratings

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4 stars The album First Base is established(constituted) by a sound enough heavy hard rock. The feminine singing(song) is does not ease the style, guitars are tranchante. We touch here has a progressive tres well produced to see boogie on edges. One can hear(understand) the saxophone but also Alan Shacklock's guitar which remains rather incisive.

Dave Punshon's piano sometimes cuts with certain titles(securities), which makes an album varied enough sometimes tres soft. Even if he(it) not ets not façile to go into this album, it is necessary prété attention there, because Babe Ruth realized her(it) a beautiful pancake. The low battery(drum kit) battery(drum kit) enchaine tres well, that swing almost with the keyboard, pleasant to ears without speaking about extreme originality the album does not fall in the cliché(picture) of the commercial progressive rock.

Discographia | 4/5 |


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