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GRASS AND WILD STRAWBERRIES

The Collectors

 

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3.82 | 29 ratings

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the philosopher
4 stars The Collectors's Gras and Wild Strawberries is somewhat more conventional than the Collectors's debut. The songwriting however is very strong and the vocals as good as ever.

The best song may be an up-tempo bluegrass song called "My love delights me". It's an optimistic song with a catchy melody. Other highlights are "Gras and Wild Strawberries", "The seventeenth Summer", the spooky "Teletype Click", "Early Morning" and "Sheep on the hillside". The weakest track is IMO "Don't turn away", because of the weak lyrics.

The songs have a more conventional set-up and longer composition are absent. Sometimes there are bluesrock themes, but always accompanied with some good saxophone, flute or vocals. This album may be less magical then the Collectors's debut, but is equally convincing, because the enthousiastic aproach. In "early morning" the guitar has a free role and shows some really nice soloplay.

Fans of the Collectors's debut will also enjoy this record. The average quality of the songs is really good and the last song is a real outburst in vocals, which will last you with good feelings. Four stars.

the philosopher | 4/5 |

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