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BE GOOD TO YOURSELF AT LEAST ONCE A DAY

Man

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.85 | 38 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
3 stars Keep quiet and everyone believe you are an idiot. Open your mouth and you are removing any doubts.

This is exactly what I am now doing by writing this review. I bought this album three years ago on Ebay and have been listening on and off to it since then. I honestly do not "get" Man from Wales, United Kingdom. They are in my view all over the place. But most off all, I regard this band as a noisy, energetic band with a predominant live feel both live and in studio. This album is no exception.

This album does have some surprising melodic, folk music like songs though. Both the opener C'mon and Keep On Crinting does have good folk rock vibes in addition to blues and space rock vibes. The same with Bananas. Life On The Road is an all out blues rocker which sounds like it was written by a disillusioned blues guitarist from the racial segregated Louisiana back in the 1940s. It is a good blues song too and I am pretty sure, a good live tune.

All the songs on this album is good, I find their music a bit too one-dimensional for my liking. Too much americana southern state blues for my liking, to be more precise. Hence, this album is not a regular visitor in my CD player. But I have a lot of time for this band and I think this album is good, but nothing more.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |

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