Oscura band di musica progressive...il disco ha dei momenti esaltanti ed altri un po' molli...nel complesso è un buon disco ma basta girare la testa attorno e si trovano dischi migliori!se riuscite ad avere qualche info in più ve ne sarei grato! Comunque è un prog "Sax oriented" e a me appagano poco...io sono fedele al mio superbo Hammond!
ST.JOHN GREEN - S/T
A very interesting album which disappointed me some but left me wondering how this band could make really good music on some tracks but then have horrible sounding blather on other tracks. Not that inconsistency is unusual in music, but the better tracks showcase a sound similar to some of the best psychedelic offerings of the day. The two spoken tracks are throwaways and should have been deleted. The rest of the bad tracks not only showcase bland and sometimes ridiculous lyrics, but the vocals on some tracks really detract from the music itself. Examples include the first track "7th Generation Mutation" which almost made me delete the album before listening to the rest of the tracks. The next two tracks "Canyon Woman" and "Devil and the Sea" are much more accessible. The next four tracks range from mediocre to less than stellar. The title track is probably the best song, featuring some excellent organ. The conclusion of the album also inconsistent. I will have to give the album another listen before determining whether i should keep it or not. Anyone interested in interesting psychedelia of the time should look into it.