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SUNDAY

Sunday

 

Crossover Prog

3.37 | 17 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
3 stars This Scottish band is so obscure that even my contacts here in Scotland does not know them. I only know that they were the house-band in one of the hotels in my town and that they were quite popular in Germany. This album was also released on a German record label. But if any of the band members reads this review, please get in touch with us.

This is the only album from this band. Style wise, they are somewhere between Santana and Deep Purple. In short, funky rock with tonnes of Hammond organs and guitars. The first three Deep Purple albums is a good reference, but their music is also as funky and lively as Santana.

Quality wise, this is a good album. The long Hammond organ runs by Jimmy Forest is what makes this album a good album. They are underpinned by some good vocals, guitars, bass and drums. The songs are overall good with some flashes of superb melodies. The ten minutes long Sad Man Reaching Utopia is a great epic which changes between light and dark. The rest of the album is good though and I have grown to really be fond of it. This is a nice album for those who appreciate vintage rock.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |

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