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4 stars A somewhat overlooked classic from a band that usually is overlooked by fans of progressive rock who probably think they were just some odd hippy jam band. Are they truly progressive rock ? Well they truly are very progressive and inventive. Closely related to the old Canterbury scene in sound and influenced by Zappa as well.Quirky is the word. This album has many great elements including a lot of musical chops and humor and a real soulfulness that usually wasn't seen in the 90's so-called progressive music. Includes long extended song/jams like Reba, strange funky psychedelia like Split Open & Melt,the humorous bluegrass fusion of My Sweet One and one of their greatest songs, Bouncing Around The Room which is a must hear for anyone who likes a beautiful sounding song.
B360Lightning | 4/5 |


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