Clouds - Scrapbook CD (album) cover




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3.45 | 22 ratings

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4 stars How anyone could undervalue this album is beyond me. It would have to be someone from Mars, or someone so locked into their own sole perspective that they can't see the wood from the trees.

You don't have to like this album, you just have to understand what it stands for. This is the closest we have to a bridge between pop and progressive, both elements are here in the same sleeve. Beatle's-style pop songs and 60s Kinks are linked here to jazzy prog numbers like Carpenter and Humdrum, and the tour-de-force is the invention and originality of Waiter, prog before prog existed, this stuff being played in 1966 long before that.

That's what this means. Open the Scrapbook and see.

JeanFrame | 4/5 |


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