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The Flock


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3.12 | 32 ratings

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5 stars Well, the first time I got a glimpse of music was from The Beatles: After 3 Seconds I hated it! But what to hear instead?! Rolling Stones?Baaae! Frank Zappa? Too complicated: What the hell was the harmony in Nanuk?! Jazz? Horns??! Miles Davis? Noooo! Chicago?: Maybe. I got addicted to King Crimson and Soft Machine (and Kraftwerk), butI realised Blues wasn't as boring to pieces like the rest of Hitparade shit when I heard The Flock. He! Classical education and harmonies (vomit) with the feeling of Real Music!! A violin without beeing always the leader, a guitarist who's knowledge of harmonies was far behind these of Chuck Berry, Hornists with no preferences to improvise without limits. Well: that's The Flock! I saw and heard Jerry Goodman with The Mahavishnu Orchestra (speed without sense) He was the only boy in the group who smoked on stage, when Guru John requested for tidiness in the public. Unfortunately Mr. Goodman gave up The Flock and made Speed Metal Jazz for money. But this group and their two LP's (CD's) are milestones of Rock! Ever!!! Walter
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