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3.12 | 21 ratings

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4 stars This is a fairly diverse album, including straightforward blues-rock numbers like "Amble On" and "Girl of Seventeen", the country-rock single "Lady Was A Thief", and the slightly Latin-tinged "Such A Fool". The biggest influence is Jethro Tull c 1969-71, and this influence animates "She Left Her Love", the pretty ballad "Standing In The Rain", "Mind Games", and the proggiest selection "One Day To Paradise". The final track, "Things To Come", a folky flute-driven instrumental, was an excerpt from a longer piece that they intended as the centerpiece of their second album. Sadly this was never recorded. So overall, not the most original record to come out of the Australian scene, but a very good record nonetheless, especially recommended to fans of Jethro Tull's earliest classics.
sl75 | 4/5 |


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