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You Can't Beat Your Brain For Entertainment [Import]

Stretch Audio CD

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5.0 out of 5 stars Obscure Heavy Seventies Classic! 13 Oct 2008
By Chris Toler - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The 2nd of 3 releases from this band, "Can't Beat Your Brain..." has smatterings of boogie, country, (even some disco sounds!), in a blues-based, rock forum. Not unlike `70s-era AEROSMITH. With guitar work unusual from other stuff at the time and distinctive vocals from singer Elmer Gantry, sounding somewhere between Steve Tyler and Sammy Hagar.
Highly recommended!
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5.0 out of 5 stars R&B meets Boogie at its best! 23 Sep 1999
By tfrancis@mediaone.net - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
It appears that I am frequently taking up the mantle of promoting bands and their respective albums which never were heard in order to forcefully create a deservedly expanded level of appreciation and overall fan base. With so much regurgitated pablum currently available, bands such as UFO, Status Quo and Golden Earring have already received extensive reviews from me for specific masterpieces which these bands have created without ever finding a true audience. Add Stretch to this group as well. Elmer Gantry's rocking voice, a British version of Bob Seger, coupled with "Kirby's" innovative yet familiar power chords and tasty licks, reach a level of toe-tapping, finger-snapping sing-a-long composing the likes of which are simply not seen any more. Try not to sing along or play air-guitar to such gems entitled "That's The Way the Wind Blows" or "Fixin' To Die." PLEASE TRUST ME! Yeah, it's an import, yeah it's a tad expensive, but it is absolutely unequivocally worth it! While you're at it, pick up the album LIFEBLOOD too, as it contains quite possibly the single greatest blues song ever written, "Right Or Wrong." Boastful statements, assuredly, but remember: no backtalkin' or criticism allowed until you've tried it.
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