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FRUMPY 2

Frumpy

 

Eclectic Prog

3.95 | 104 ratings

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cedo
4 stars Frumpy's second album is fine example of early 70's German progressive and hard rock mixture and excellent addition to prog collections. Four long tracks, with sound dominated by Jean-Jacques Kravetz's keyboard chords and soloing, good bass playing and energetic and divers drumming, long jamming and obligatory changes of tempo and volume. Guitar is presented right on time to remember that there is a guitar player, while Inga Rumpf's cracked hoarse loud and shouting voice is in perfect tune with keyboards and guitar sound and almost looks like keyboards or guitar originated. After two very good songs, there comes a third, "Take Care of Illusion", the best to my criteria, while fourth is mostly wah- wah guitar based jam, with Bach-like part near the end. Recommended!
cedo | 4/5 |

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