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Fuzzy Duck


Heavy Prog

3.22 | 53 ratings

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M. B. Zapelini
3 stars What are you doing here, Big D? "Fuzzy Duck" is a brilliant rock album, but I do not think that it has some appeal to prog-rock fans, with the exception of the heavy use of a Hammond organ at their arrangements. Fuzzy Duck was a short lived band but a very promising one, and it is a shame that they didn't last. "Fuzzy Duck" features a great mix of rock'n'roll, blues and some funk, making this album a perfect choice for early 70s rock fans. The songs are short, but sophisticated, and the arrangements are good, although there's little variation from a song to another. The bonus tracks are all good and features another version of Fuzzy Duck, with Garth Watt-Roy as a lead singer (he has an outstanding voice and is unjustly forgotten these days). Highlights: "Mrs. Prout", "Just Look Around You" and "No Name Face". If this wasn't a prog-rock site, I would give 4 stars to this album - but I cannot think of this one as an excellent addition to any prog music collection.
M. B. Zapelini | 3/5 |


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