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4.01 | 165 ratings

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4 stars Wow! 1. "Beached" (8/10) Am I listening to CAMEL, KING CRIMSON, THE DOORS, or CAMEO? 2. "Alone" (8/10) is so Canterbury PETE HAMMILL/VDGG! 3. "Dateless Diary" ( 7/10) 4. "Don't Move" (7/10) has another awesome DOORS/ANEKDOTEN-like groove--of course, with PETE H singing over the top. "A New Song" (6/10) is where I start getting bored. The electric piano, cymbol play, standard slow 4/4 beat and other 70s instruments and sounds are growing old. "Where" (7/10) is a little more space-psychedelia with its organ wash and floating background synth leads. "The Very Last Number" is almost smokey lounge late night blues/jazz, its so VDGG. NIce piece that does seal the fact that these guys are into replicating--though interestingly and in ways that combine groups and genres--music from the 1970s. Very well crafted though instrumental virtuosity is not yet there. 3.5 stars rated up for clever synthesis of the VDGG sound with others.
BrufordFreak | 4/5 |


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