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REINFORCEMENTS (AS OBLIVION EXPRESS)

Brian Auger

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Studio Album, released in 1975

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Brain Damage (8:01)
2. Thoughts From Afar (6:28)
3. Foolish Girl (6:02)
4. Big Yin (5:16)
5. Plum (4:19)
6. Something Out Of Nothing (:56)
7. Future Pilot (7:06)

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Line-up / Musicians

- Brian Auger / organ, electric piano, piano, Moog synthesizer, Freeman string machine
- Alex Ligertwood /vocals, guitar, percussion
- Jack Mills/ guitar
- Clive Chaman/ bass, flute
- Dave Dowle/ drums
- Lennox Langton/ percussion, congas

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LP RCA (1975)
CD Disconforme Disc 1017 (2000)

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Review by Chicapah
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3 stars By the middle of the 70s Brian Auger's Oblivion Express had ceased to be a cutting edge force in music and had morphed into trend followers. While it would be easy to pick "Reinforcements" (with its adorable, family-friendly cover) completely apart for not being as groundbreaking and prog as their 1971 "heavy" fusion debut, that really wouldn't be fair because the quality of the musicianship here remains high and there's a lot to be said for that. Also, they (like other bands too numerous to mention from all corners of the planet) were caught up in the "play that funky music, white boy" tsunami and the pressure to climb aboard that gravy train coming down from the heads of the record labels must have been overwhelming.

Herbie Hancock's masterful "Headhunters" LP in '73 had brought supercharged funk into the jazz rock/fusion world and the opening instrumental salvo of "Brain Damage" is a product of that influence. It's more or less a controlled jam where Brian's electric piano is good, Jack Mills' guitar isn't and Auger's Hammond organ is up to his usual fine standard. You're even treated to a short bass break from newcomer Clive Chaman and a percussion/drum segment from Lennox Laington and Dave Dowle, respectively. The whole busy 8-minute thing is a sign of the times, in essence. The R&B "Thoughts from Afar" doesn't fare nearly as well, though. Alex Ligertwood is back in the fold once more and, while his singing is not as screechy as it was on "Second Wind," his vocal on this cut is as poor as the boring arrangement and dated Moog synthesizer lines. If it weren't for Brian throwing in an ethereal electric piano ride it would be a total waste of recording tape.

Chaman's "Foolish Girl" is British soul music that gives off a strong Earth, Wind and Fire vibe but the tune is better than its predecessor and doesn't insult your ears. Auger turns to his trusty organ for his solo and that's always a plus in my book. The untimely death of former drummer Robbie McIntosh inspired the spirited, heartfelt and upbeat tribute song "The Big Yin" where they bestow the ultimate honor for any musician upon his memory with the phrase "he was a man who made us all good." Brian's up-to-snuff Hammond lead does this energetic track true justice, as well. The unexpected success and close proximity of the Average White Band (two former OE drummers were part of that ensemble) obviously rubbed off on the group but Ligertwood's "Plum" is just an inferior imitation of their unique style. For some reason a lot of freckled Caucasian singers in that day thought they could sound like Stevie Wonder but more often than not they just sounded silly and foolish as Alex demonstrates here. This track is a "skipper."

But about the time you start thinking this album is a total washout they perform Laington's distinctive change-of-pace instrumental "Something Out of Nothing." The number's slick Brazilian jazz groove is infectious and when Chaman displays his versatility by performing admirably on flute you have to give the band kudos for trying something new. In addition, Brian's hot electric piano makes this tune samba from beginning to end. Auger's surprisingly prog "Future Pilot" also goes a long way in saving the album from fan obscurity and disdain with its inventive chord progression and jazzy vocal melody. Brian delivers a strong Hammond organ ride to emphasize his true calling and things stay on the up and up until late in the cut when they escalate the song into double-time (ala their heroes, Santana) and Mills spoils the mood by desperately trying to capture the fire and intensity of Carlos. He fails, but he doesn't keep the song from being the highlight of the proceedings.

At first I had considered giving this effort the dreaded single star rating but after listening to it several times I have more fully taken into consideration the confused musical era it's a reflection of and decided that it's merely mediocre at its worst and more than satisfactory at its best. The scourge of disco was slowly but surely snaking its spindly fingers into every aspect of pop culture in 1975 and at least this record shows no trace of that disease. In the final analysis you gotta give 'em thanks and due recognition for that. 2.6 stars.

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Posted Saturday, November 17, 2007

Review by Sean Trane
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3 stars Oblivion Express' gradual slide into nowhere land is not just typical to them, sonce by the mid-70's, many jazz-rock/fusion group (bar maybe Nucleus, busy repeating itself, Soft Machine and Miles Davis) had just softened up and became more mainstream-sounding. Indeed this was something that very few groups avoided, from Mahavishnu's Inner World to Weather Report's Black Market and Santana's Amigos or Inner Secrets or Beck's BBB album, the whole scene was selling out to easier-selling funky fusion as opposed to the torrid jazz rock that had dominated the first part of the decade.

It would be mean to hit on this album, because we are now firmly in their downward trend, but this is still a classic-era Oblivion Express album, and most likely woulg gain more recognition had the album received a train artwork, instead of a family snapshot. Anyway, the album starts out well enough with the dynamic and funky Brain Damage, an instrumental, and one of the rare track yielding enough space for extended solos, something our Brian Auger (ogre?) is not about to waste. While the track is excellent in itself it has a definite déjà-entendu feel, something that can not only apply to BD, but to the whole album as well as its predecessor and successor. Certainly nothing groundbreaking, but by 75, only future RIO groups were still doing that. Another factor is Alex Ligetrwood's very bland vocals (I am not a fan of sung jazz rock in general), which holds a very mainstream and even AOR feel. Note that his appearance in the Santana galaxy will produce the same kind of mainstreamization of Carlos' gang.

Thoughts From Afar could easily come from Jeff Beck's middle group , where bassist Chaman also appeared, where auger sounds like Max Middleton on electric piano, but Beck's proxy remaining way too discreet. Foolish Girl is the most irritating track on the album, even if it starts fairly well, until it gets to the funky reggae (just a tad of the second) verse-chorus passages, with the further aggravation of the track over-staying its welcome halfway through. Don't get me wrong this is flawlessly played and might even hold some interest for those enjoying complex rhythm patterns, but as a proghead, it simply glides on the surface of my shell of indifference.

On the flipside, Big Yin (dedicated to their deceased former drummer) would be an average track on Closer To It with Brian pulling another Hammond-erie ;o)), but little else of interest and Plum only managing my yawns of boredom (much the same way a lot of fillers of AWB did too), we are now faced with the enthralling Something Out Of Nothing, which is a near-instrumental extravaganza, taking us back to much earlier times. The closing Future Pilot is the third touchdown /highlight, making it the hat- trick, saving this album from a sad defeat. The closing track finishes on a brilliant movement that brings us to Santana's Caravanserai or Borboletta days and where Alex's voice is the best on this album.

My guess is that if this album had had only two predecessor (instead of seven), it might have pulled a little more better reviews and fans, but here everything sounds soft and even a tad lame. In respect with Oblivion's impeccable time schedule I will round up this album to the upper star, making it a cautionary "good, but not essential (at all)"

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