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AUTOMATIC MAN

Automatic Man

 

Crossover Prog

3.67 | 16 ratings

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mohaveman
4 stars I'm really psyched to see this classic on the site. I had this album "back in the day" and loved it. I think I found it for 99 cents somewhere in a cutout bin and the cover intrigued be enought to risk the buck. Good risk! So what is this? Space Prog? Fusion? Machine music? Jazz? Funk? Yep..all of the above. It's trippy, it's groovy, it's spacey....The musicianship is tight and they obviously were having a good time producing this obscure little gem. I would recommend this to those who like a little funk in their music (Santana fans?). The keyboard and vocal guy was on the second Peter Gabriel album. (Bayette). So, if you're ready to pop on the headphones, climb into the launch seat, get ready for the countdown, point your interstellar overdrive towards Pluto, and get Funkaprogified, then check this album out. If you can find it... My only complaint may be the sound seems poor on the cd I have. Poor mix? I remember my vinyl version sounding way better. Of course I'm WAY older now so it may just be my ears. 4 stars
mohaveman | 4/5 |

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