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EVERY WHICH WAY

Brian Davison's Every Which Way

 

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3.64 | 19 ratings

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progtime1234567
4 stars This album is what people would call a "hidden gem" and it really should be heard. The band was formed after THE NICE broke up and the rest of the members went to create this album. The first song on the album is good, long, and very blues-like. Upon first listen I got a very melancholic feel from this album, the first two songs in my opinion were pretty drab. The second song is the most grim out of the album with the song's lyrics most likely being a metaphor for something. Song 3 is one of the two shorter songs on the album and it would have been good as a "single" from the album. Overall the album impressed me and it makes me want to try getting into THE NICE just so I can hear more from these musicians. If you like early KING CRIMSON or other early 70's prog rock, then try this record. I liked it so much that I didn't even want it to end.
progtime1234567 | 4/5 |

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