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PAT COOL

Crossover Prog • Netherlands


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Dutch band PAT COOL was formed in 1971, and appears to have been the creative vehicle of composer and vocalist Gé Titulaer first and foremost. The band released their sole album "Daybreak" in 1973, and was apparently relatively popular at the time. Pat Cool appeared at a number of live events until they fell apart sometime around 1974. Main man Titulaer would reappear a few years later as a solo artist.

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4.00 | 1 ratings
Daybreak
1973

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 Daybreak by PAT COOL album cover Studio Album, 1973
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Pat Cool Crossover Prog

Review by Marty McFly
Special Collaborator Errors and Omissions Team

— First review of this album —
4 stars Strongly keyboard driven, packed with nostalgia feeling of good ol' lightly psychedelic days (not so much) of that very special era of late 60s and early 70s (I wish there was a shorter term for this period of time, such as L60E70). Actually, quite similar musically to Sandrose (except this one has male vocals) and reminding of less melodic Greenslade (as Greenslade uses nearly identical sounds, but has very different atmosphere - cheerful and lighthearted). And also not British, but tradition of teaching English language in Netherlands is strong, so their accent is OK.

Enough with brackets - the atmosphere of Pat Cool's is dense and almost hypnotic with vibes of days gone by. Good reminiscence of those times I've never experienced.

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