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Twelfth Night



4.01 | 45 ratings

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4 stars Before Geoff MANN came to ignite his magical charm into this band, TWELFTH NIGHT released a wonderful live album from the Target Club in 1981 with focus on instrumental prowess. This 4 song album has already been well spoken of and was perfectly characterized in the a review which suggested this album "is a timeless kaleidoscope of sound". Basically at this time in their existence TWELFTH NIGHT's sound most revolved around the spacey echoplex guitar work of Andy Revell and the keyboard laden drawls of Rich Battersby. Although all songs are excellent on this album I am partial to "Fur Helene" and the 20-minute epic "Sequences", which many consider the best bit they ever did. Considering the era of this recording the sound is quite good with little audience noise (except for in between songs). The recording was lifted from a vinyl album as a source as if you listen carefully you can make out the odd pop and tick, but in no way should interfere with your love for this album.
loserboy | 4/5 |


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