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It's A Beautiful Day



3.87 | 151 ratings

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4 stars It's a Beautiful Day's debut album finds the band offering up a high-quality prototype for progressive rock, with some experiments reminiscent of less heavy versions of some of the ideas Deep Purple would play with around this time. In particular, take a listen to Bombay Calling, the intro to which Deep Purple would slow down a little and turn into the basic structure of Child In Time. When an album's so good even peak-era Deep Purple are borrowing from it you know you're dealing with something extra-special, right? Further psychedelic jams round out this charming era from the San Fransisco scene of the 1960s.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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