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Supertramp - Even in the Quietest Moments....  CD (album) cover




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3.96 | 470 ratings

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4 stars Great album, in the same level than Crime of the Century. Hodgson was even proggy, and Davies was inspired too. The album opens with Give a little bit, a pure pop Hodgson number, in my opinion the weak side of the album. Very catchy, but I'm just tired of this song. After that things gets better with Davies's Lover Boy, a good and long track with this particular Supertramp feel. Even in the quietest moments is one of these typical annoying ballads from Hodgson, which becomes really bored. Downstream is a little masterpiece from Davies. A soft piano based ballad but really atmospheric. Babaji is one of the best tracks composed by Hodgson. A dynamic track with great feeling. Really good. From now on is the jazzy one, of course by Davies. Just a non conventional track wich moves from a second half wich a great chorus with John Hellywell in a superb job. Fool's Overture is the best of the album and surely the best Hodgson track within Supertramp. An epic of more than 10 minutes with many changes. The melody lines are great and this keyboard pattern in the half and the end is truly epic. An excellent addition.
genbanks | 4/5 |


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