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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.70 | 25 ratings

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Dr Pripp
5 stars By the time of the release of Slow Motion, Man was riding high on the succsess of Winos Rhinos and Lunatics. By now a quartet, they followed the previous album guidelines and concentrated on well crafted shorter tunes. The opener A Hard Way to Die, one of the best songs they ever made, is followed by Grasshopper. A beautiful and orchstrated classic that is a showcase for Deke Leonards abilities. The rest of the album is sometimes close to rock n roll by Man standards and it really swings! Not a record for anyone looking for long improvisations though, but a real pleasure since it is packed with everything Man is about - exemplary musicanship, fine interplaying and extraordinary singing. Enjoy!
Dr Pripp | 5/5 |


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