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Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.02 | 87 ratings

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2 stars Its probably just me that finds this aimless and dull. Apart from the great organ work that at times is as good as Jon Lord I really can't find a great deal to get excited about. Recorded in 1971 ,I struggle to see this as some lost gem but rather a band with a decent keyboardist trying to be progressive at a time when it was the 'in thing'. Its messy stuff saved on occasions by the keyboardist suddenly cutting loose will only appeal to those looking for a band a bit like where early Deep Purple were at before they turned into a heavy rock/metal act. Its adequately produced and at 37 minutes is long enough.
richardh | 2/5 |


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