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Wishbone Ash


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3.05 | 186 ratings

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2 stars We have here a mix of good songs and bad songs. Near strong ballad "Ballad Of The Beacon" or "Everybody Needs A Friend ", there are plenty of fillers there.

The music is not a prog, more usual rock of that time, heavier than in other WA albums. The last album song "Rock'n'Roll Widow"is typical hard -rock song of a time.

The sound isn't as good as could be. Sounding soft, producing is not clear, below the standart level. All in all, album consists of some good raw material,which haven't been realized as good as possible, and some fillers, which just destroy the album.

Can't recommend this album for prog fans. Best option is WA "Live Dates", realised just one year later, and including some best songs from "Wishbone Four".

snobb | 2/5 |


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