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4 stars From The Witchwood by Strawbs is the fourth studio album by the English band Strawbs that came out in 1971. What drew me to was that Rick Wakeman from the band Yes played piano and keyboard on the album, and he of course puts on a stellar performance. In fact everyone in the band puts on a stellar performance. I particularly like the variety of instruments on the album. There is a banjo, recorder, dulcimer, and many other welcome additions. Some of the songs on the album reminded me of psychedelic era Beatles and that alone makes the album worth a listen in my eyes. The lyrics in this album really take you to another world while listening. And if it wasn't for a couple dull tracks on the album I would rate it a 5/5 but instead i'll settle for 4/5. Definitely a welcome addition in any prog collection.
Lieutenant_Lan | 4/5 |


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