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Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.80 | 28 ratings

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2 stars A short and deceiving example what Nektar is capable of. Recorded live before English audience, only first song, "Desolation Valley" from 1972 "A Tab in the Ocean" album, carries a progressive mark. Although other songs, like "A Day in the Life of a Preacher" and "Ooop's", do carry a Nektar sound mark, are just more or less hard rock songs played in a different manner, and with style and instruments commonly not used in hard rock. "Mundetango" sounds like some group is practicing to keep rhythm steady or to play a new song, while too short "Summer Breeze" looks like the beginning of some longer suite, and ends faster then it started. Remember the Past!
cedo | 2/5 |


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