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5 stars To call this album anything less than a masterpiece would be a sin to prog rock. I first heard this record in (1969) and I have been hooked ever since. I have my original copy of their album and an 8 track I found in a bargen bin in Ohio in (1970). As a touring musicain I've never met anyone who had heard these guys before. But upon hearing them didn't get completly blown away.. After hearing there are other tracks on this new CD I've never heard is mind blowing. I also remember they produced a second album called "Stepson" I hope that also becomes available. Everything about Touch is unique. The four instruments are clealy heard on all tracks with very few over dubs. The keyboards are stunning compared to rock at the time and the vocals can only be compared to Led Zepilin's Robert Plant. Anyone who hears this for the first time has to belive it was recorded with modern equipment and the best engineners..I give it five stars with no hesitation.
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