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Supertramp - Even In The Quietest Moments ... CD (album) cover




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3.98 | 625 ratings

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4 stars My first Supertramp album and still a favorite. I loved every song on it--the least of all the big hit, "Give a Little Bit." The cinematic "Fool's Overture" and crowd-engaging "Even in the Quietest Moments" were big concert highlights for me when I finally saw them in 1979. And "Dowstream" remains one of those songs that reaches straight into my guts everytime I hear it (it's those maj7 chords--I'm a sucker for major seventh chords). "Babaji" and "From Now On" still sound good though I don't seek them out like I do the aforementioned. It's just hard to top the vocal duo of Hodgson and Davies. Rock may never know such a duo again.

A solid 4 star representative of Crossover prog. Probably my second favorite Supertramp album, next to Crime of the Century.

BrufordFreak | 4/5 |


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