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Quantum Jump


Canterbury Scene

3.22 | 9 ratings

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3 stars I bought this album in 1979, not a particularly good year for prog, in the UK anyway, but this stood out as being one of the most original and tightly-produced albums of its time; the quality of the song-writing and musicianship as well as the hot guest list still holds water today, over twenty-five years later. I don`t think anyone would accuse Rupert Hine of being the world`s best singer, but his sense of humour, and of drama, really shines through. My favourite track is Starbright Park (and not just because Elkie Brooks makes a sneaky guest appearance). Go on, give it a listen, if you can find it - it`s well worth the effort
billsibb | 3/5 |


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