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Wishbone Ash


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3.05 | 186 ratings

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mystic fred
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2 stars i guess in 1973 wishbone ash had their hands full following up "argus", which reached no.3 in the uk album chart. they took off to a cottage in wales (now who else did that?) and the result was "wishbone four" which turned out to be something of a disappointment to fans at the time of its release, but still managed to reach no.12 in the uk album chart in may 1973. much more laid back and nothing like its predecessors, ted turner left the group a year after this album was released, dissatisfied with the way the group were going. engineered by keith harwood, recorded at olympic and abbey road studios in london, there is some nice use of slide guitar and some good songs here, "everybody needs a friend" , the up-tempo "doctor", but overall not really much to interest prog fans.
mystic fred | 2/5 |


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