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Tamam Shud


Crossover Prog

3.06 | 7 ratings

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3 stars Tamam Shud's debut was a seriously lo-fi garage rock album, recorded in mere hours when they had some studio time left following their recording (along with Carlos and Lockwood from Tully) of a soundtrack to the film of the same name as the album. At this point their music was more influenced by Haight-Ashbury style acid rock, but there are some quirkier musical moments - the unusual melody of "Falling Up", the detached rhythm of "I'm No One", the irregular metre of "Too Many Life", the unusual formal structure of "It's A Beautiful Day" - as well as more conventional but fantastic songs like "Music Train/Evolution", "Lady Sunshine", "Jesus Guide Me". A good beginning.
sl75 | 3/5 |


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