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2.60 | 19 ratings | 4 reviews | 5% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. (Intro) (0:12)
2. Chord Squad (4:52)
3. Sandpainting (4:04)
4. Bow Lane (5:42)
5. Kabul Grill (6:03)
6. Cloudy Dream (9:33)
7. Deep Pop (Before The Only One Comes) (6:07)
8. Squaw Valley Non-Event (9:22)
9. Tokyo Joe (One Roll From Paradise) (5:45)
10. Banging On The Ceiling (3:54)
11. Cacobe Bar Two-Step (5:06)

Total Time 60:44


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Line-up / Musicians

- Jim Pembroke / vocals, piano, backing vocals
- Pekka Rechardt / guitars
- Esa Kotilainen / keyboards
- Jari Kettunen / drums and percussion
- Mats Huldén / bass, backing vocals

Guest musicians:
- Michael Monroe / harmonica, tenor saxophone
- Olli Kari / marimba
- Ari Pitkänen / tuba

Releases information

CD Major Leidén Productions MLCD 017 (2005)

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WIGWAM Some Several Moons ratings distribution

(19 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(5%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(16%)
Good, but non-essential (37%)
Collectors/fans only (26%)
Poor. Only for completionists (16%)

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Review by Matti
1 stars Ok, remember this is only my point of view. But to me, listening to this album (only once, and pressing 'NEXT' at almost each dead-boring song before they were finished) was a complete waste of time. WIGWAM is a band that should have retired long ago. Jim Pembroke can't write a good song anymore, and Pekka Rechardt is just an average rock guitarist; the real talents of the band are not in this line-up. Oh, sad to notice that the keyboard master Esa Kotilainen plays here. How does it show in the originality of music? Not much. There are songs that Dire Straits would have done better, others that Strawbs would have done better - surely nothing that Wigwam themselves wouldn't have done better several times before. Moreover, I've developed an allergy towards Pembroke's vocals.

I know it's not right to review an album without a thorough listen, but believe me, I got angry noticing that the music is exactly as poor and unoriginal as the [&*!#]ty cover design and I'm positive it would not have "grown on me", no matter how many times I would have painfully tried to listen. Poor. Only for completionists: one star definitely.


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4 stars Another great outing from this 'deep pop' band. If you are not familiar with that term it just means that this is pop rock for adults who have listened to rock, prog and psychedelic music most of their lives. Another reviewer said this picks up where they left in the 70's and even though i agree ... (read more)

Report this review (#43109) | Posted by | Tuesday, August 16, 2005 | Review Permanlink

4 stars Some Several Moons is quite typical Wigwam album, for good and bad. If it has been released -78, no one wold wonder. It is somehow logigal continue to Lucky Golden -album. Sounds and styles are pure 70´ Wigwam and that´s good. Titans Wheel tried something else and it didn´t work in every song. ... (read more)

Report this review (#35038) | Posted by | Wednesday, June 01, 2005 | Review Permanlink

3 stars A fine album again from the essential Finnish prog. band Wigwam. For some it might have been a lousy return they made with the record Titans Wheel, but that's not the way I see it. And those of us who still consider this band worth listening should absolutely try this one out. Some Several Mo ... (read more)

Report this review (#35037) | Posted by Passionist | Thursday, May 19, 2005 | Review Permanlink

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