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4.0 out of 5 stars Duckin' Fantastic, 28 Sept. 2007
This review is from: Fuzzy Duck (Audio CD)
The more people who now about this album the better! It was only originally released in a limited run of 200 LP's which, listening back on the reissued CD, was a serious crime. The music and style fit very nicely around Atomic Rooster territory (without the gothic tendancies). If you're familiar with Tucky Buzzard, then you'll be surprised to hear they kick things off with a version of 'Time Will Be Your Doctor' - thanks to the fact that the original Buzzard drummer plays on this album too. And I have to say I prefer this version of the song. It's more loose and has much more room for improvisation in it, which really lets the song groove. Mrs Prost comes next, which ignites with some great jazz drumming timing, and lets you know that these guys are taking you on a great ride! Other highlights include the superb 'Afternoon Out' and 'Country Boy'. If you love early 70's hammond rock - but don't know this band - then don't be too hard on yourself. Just make sure that you rectify the situation immediately!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Terrible name but some fine songs., 7 Jun. 2008
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The Baron (West Midlands,England,U.K.) - See all my reviews
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Anyone into early 70`s prog rock is likely to enjoy this album.As the previous review mentions,there`s touches of Atomic Rooster here and perhaps Deep Purple [on `More Than I Am`].My own personal faves are `Time Will Be Your Doctor`,`Just Look Around You,`Country Boy`and `In Our Time`,the latter deserves mention for an excellent bridge in the middle of the song,which sounds like The Walker Brothers gone prog!.
There`s some fine musicianship on show from all the members here and it`s a pity it was their only release. The extra tracks don`t add much to the album,although `Big Brass Band` is a fairly good pop tune with some good brass to brighten up the proceedings.

Possibly the only band named after a drinking game,ignore the moniker and just enjoy the music.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Lost Gem, 10 Aug. 2010
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A great hard rock album that was overlooked when first released. Plenty of bass and hammond. Great singing and nice full bodied production. Will not disappoint fans of early 70s hard rock. Also check out Tucky Buzzard.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fuzzy Buzzard, 15 Feb. 2012
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I just think it's great that we can live in a world where bands can have names like Fuzzy Duck, Spooky Tooth, Tucky Buzzard, Titus Groan, Mogul Thrash, Jody Grind, Thighbone Howl, Blodwyn Pig, Haystacks Balboa, Aardvark, Badger, Octopus, Toad and Toe Fat. Oh and this album is not bad at all!
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