Krokodil - An Invisible World Revealed  CD (album) cover





3.62 | 29 ratings

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4 stars A very good psychedelic,folksy,bluesy going on in this album.

Lady Of Attraction is a psychedelic folky tune, and some very trippy vocal effects. This is followed by another short fol tune, that really should have been a bit longer, for it to really make an impact. This then goes into the first highlight of the album, Odyssey In Om. It starts off with a Raga jam with tribal percussion and good sitar twangs by Walty. After a while it goes into a hard rocking hamronica/guitar driven bluesy song, with some very good harmonica soloing here. Green Fly is a harder rocking tune, with some more nice harmonica and crunchy guitar. This is then followed by the second highlight of the album, Looking At Time. This starts off with a extremely nice bluesy guitar soloing, which then goes into some harder rocking, with some more harmonica soloing. Last Doors, has some piano in it, and some almost funky bass lines.

The first bonus track Pollution is a pretty forgettable tune similar to Green Fly or Last Doors. The next to are purely extended jam sessions, a la Grateful Dead style.

Recommended to fans of psychedelic bands with blues and jam leanings.

Sheavy | 4/5 |


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