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NEVER TOO TENDER

Offenbach

 

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2.18 | 2 ratings

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maryes
2 stars The fourth studio album of the Canadian band OFFENBACH "Never To Tender", is a work much closer of the hard/blues?psych in the style of bands of the beginning of the seventies as for instance ALMANN BROTHERS etc... than properly progressive . To illustrate what say, I can begin for the track 1 "Never to Tender" that reminded me a lot some passages of the American band GOODTHUNDER or still the track 8 "High Down" that sent me to the characteristic hard/blues in JOHNNY WINTER or even FOGHAT style . Actually the only track that really approaches to the heavy-prog in URIAH HEEP'S line, is the track 4 "Edgar" with approximately 2 min hammond-organ introduction and a guitar solo that has as "backdrop" a "nervous" bass/drums section and the mellotron attendance making the choir sound., in my opinion the best moment of the disk. In spite of all of the musicians to be excellent, as prog-related disk cannot give more than 2 stars.
maryes | 2/5 |

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