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FUZZY DUCK

Fuzzy Duck

 

Heavy Prog

3.21 | 52 ratings

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1967/ 1976
3 stars After Andromeda disbanded Mick Hawksword (bass guitar) formed this Fuzzy Duck, with the idea to perform a music in Rock side of Prog Rock. And the final result is not perfect as Prog Rock (of course of big level) or Heavy Rock (present in big manner) but sure "Fuzzy Duck" is an album of Classic Rock with great Prog arrangements, great guitars and Hammond organ. This music in 1971 was clearly good as Heavy Prog Rock, also if not totally personal. I do not have a preffered track in this album, because all the songs are similar for power and magic. The only different songs are "Mrs. Prout" a great Jazz Rock song and "A Word From Big D", a short last song of the album featuring the so called 'ducking vocals' from keyboardplayer Roy (Daze) Sharland, very funny to hear (but not memorable, for me). The additional tracks included in Repertoire version are all Classic Rock.

Sure a good band, this Fuzzy Duck, another one shot band. But only for Die hard Heavy Prog and Classic prog fans

1967/ 1976 | 3/5 |

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