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HATFIELD AND THE NORTH

Hatfield And The North

 

Canterbury Scene

4.29 | 477 ratings

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dmwilkie
4 stars All in all, a very good album. Dave Stewart's keyboards are the distinctive sound although Phil Miller also has an individual sound. There is gently amusing entertainment in the song titles, and quite a variety of atmospheres is created. 'Shaving is Boring' is probably the weakest track becoming a bit boring itself, but it is more than made up for by the rest of the album. The steady whimsical humour, lyrically and musically, means that this is the perfect antidote to some of the melancholic stuff produced by so many bands (and which I often enjoy).This is undoubtedly an excellent example of Canterbury scene prog.
dmwilkie | 4/5 |

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