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3.03 | 7 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1976

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Children of Tomorrow 3:25
2 Stripper 3:43
3 One by One 3:27
4 Rollerbach 4:10
5 Circus (What I Am) 3:00
6 Ancient Ones 7:27
7 Pure Chopin 3:09
8 Adagio 6:32
9 Touch of Class 4:49

Line-up / Musicians

Kirk Arthur Drums
Tim Bogert Vocals
Teddy Hale Guitar
Lynn Kishkon Vocals
Dave Kiswiney Bass, Vocals
Stuart Alan Love Producer
Ray Parker, Jr. Guitar
Michael Quatro Keyboards, Vocals, Multi Instruments
Patti Quatro
David Surkamp Vocals
Bobby Womack Guitar

Releases information

United Artists LP # 587

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Review by Marty McFly
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3 stars Funky, remixed Bach ? Tripped Chopin with groovy bassy lines ? Oh well, why not - after all, we in Prog Rock ward are a tolerant bunch. Together with Rocky tunes, full of grandiose melodies (even not on a over-the-top scale as it was on "In Collaboration With Gods", even there the "epic" song was composed mostly of motif, repeating itself ad absurdum, but fortunately not losing its power). Michael Quatro seems to me more like successful trickster - great editing and mixing of various sound effects, rather than strong songs. Speaking of such, my favourite one would probably be Ancient Ones, it's a finely crazy one.

In total, this album works, somehow. Not without imperfections, not without some clogging up, but it's nice piece of work and honestly, it tries to be something. Doesn't quite succeeds at that, but the effort is there.

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3 stars 3,5 Stars !!! The fourth studio album from the North-American keyboard player Michael Quatro, the album that follows "In Collaboration With The Gods" (their best album) is something different , the first 3 tracks from the album comprises one pop ballad (track 1 "Children of Tomorrow "), a hard ... (read more)

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