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3.98 | 625 ratings

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Chris S
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5 stars I would have to say Even In the Quietest Moments is Supertramp at their most creative peak. Not their most commercial peak, you understand.There is a fine balance between the Hodgson and Davies sound. Sure they are a group but I think to understand their seperate creative energies is to understand the direction and history of the group. So this energy for me merged perfectly to create this masterpice of 1977. The title track arguably their finest song but ' Downstream' and ' Fool's Overture' are both epic in their own unique ways. ' Downstream' is a four minute beauty which encapsulates the Supertramp sound in every way.Check out also ' From Now On' and ' Loverboy'. The Hodgson lead ' Babaji' and ' Give a Little Bit' are stunners as well.
Chris S | 5/5 |


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