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    Thursday, 21 August 2008


    This 40-years old record seems to have passed the test of time: not that it sounds "modern" today, but it has this 'classic' touch that we see in music made with honesty, love and joy.

    "House of Glass" is the impressive opening track, full of tension and convincing vocals over a 13 Floor Elevators style music, "Born In the USA" is an almost straight R'n'B track, complete with harmonica (but it sounds a little phony and out of place), "Once Again" and "Sometimes You Wander" are nice soft-pop tunes (California style), "The Means" is an excellent hallucinogenic flying into the Beatles territory, "Do You Remember" is not far from Pearls Before Swine. "I Want To See My Baby" is a much more successful attempt on the psyche/blues style than "Born in the USA", with a nice fuzz guitar, reminding "Death Sound Blues" of Country Joe & The Fish, "Lady Blue" is basically a straight rock song, besides the psychedelic arrangement. Then we have the organ-based "Passage #17", ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 5167 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 21 August 2008 | Rating: 0.0/0


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