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3.41 | 92 ratings

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4 stars Keyboard player Werner Nadolny sets Jane back on an even keel after the disappointing previous Lady album. Hippies can rejoice in this dreamy let youself be free musical overdose. All the traditional Jane ingredients are here in full force, lagging beat, Gibson Les Paul solos and trippy vocals by Klaus Hesse. Jane proves that the 60's are not over until they're over on this 1976 classic. Recorded using an experimental technique known as "Dummy Head" which didn't catch on much the same way as quad didn't back in the 70's, make this one of the best headphone albums ever. All the cool tracks flow nicely into one and other without any breaks so it's like listening to a 33 minute song on the CD version. This is perhaps the best Jane album of them all and will have special appeal to fans of the Hammond Organ. Eloy fans might also want to tune into this one as well.
Vibrationbaby | 4/5 |


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