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Marty McFly
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4 stars Unfortunately, I have to agree with idea that this album, as instrumental one, will be almost perfect one. Her vocals aren't bad completely, just when she's singing loud, these shouting passages. For example Never Good At Sayin´ Good-Bye is good, because (oh, I forgot to say that songs here are mostly calm ones, so - ) her vocals are calm too. Guitar work is also perfect, maybe not virtuoso's in modern way, but guitar solos here are tremendous.

I should rate highly, because I just can get myself over some vocal parts, which I see as only major mistake. At least it's not just my problem (personal problem), that other people feels it too. Underground Session actually reminds me Caravan's "In the Land..." last song. And even it's not tear bringing, it brings great deal of memories about things I know from my childhood. Similar to "Rare Bird's" 1969 album, where similar situation occurs, but with different mood and instruments.

4(+), guitar solos, atmosphere, vocal parts (surprising ? just some of them are bad) sometimes.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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