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Rufus Zuphall



3.86 | 30 ratings

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3 stars An album more interesting than actually entertaining, the somewhat unfocused debut from Rufus Zuphall ranges from Jethro Tull-influenced prog-folk-rock (as on the opening Walpurgisnacht) to strange, unclassifiable material suck as Knights of the Third Degree, which incorporates influences from traditional musics from all over the world. A nice distraction, but I think it may be one of those albums whose rarity has led to it becoming very slightly overrated - it's good, but doesn't exactly blow the competition out of the water. Ultimately, jam-driven unfocused debut albums by Krautrock bands were not exactly uncommon in the early 1970s and this isn't an especially vital addition to that crowd.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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