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Roger Hodgson


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2.36 | 39 ratings

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2 stars Roger Hodgson live recording from year 1997 is album mostly for Supertramp/Hodgson fans. There are some old great Supertramp songs, played not too far from original (John Helliwell participates on sax/voc as well). And there are some Hodgson solo songs, which usually are not at the same level as Supertramp's works, but often has some similar sounding.

Recording sound is far from great, and musicianship level is often only average. But there are few songs sounding really great. Having no new materials or unusual arrangements, this albums main target group is millions of Supertramp fans, still having the nostalgia to their band. For that listeners it is not band and even attractive album in some moments. For all other listeners it has not a big value, though.

snobb | 2/5 |


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