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This review is from: Nicola (Audio CD)
Oh dear. Some sixties music sounds like sixties music and benefits from that - like the Doors, early Hawkwind, or the Jackson C Frank album. This doesn't. Where his other work is almost timeless, such as the eponymous debut, or Birthday Blues, or Crimson Moon, this just doesn't work for me. I played it twice and the second time was to make sure I'd got it right the first time. The standout tracks are already on good samplers like Dazzling Stranger anyway, Go Your Way... and Woe is Love My Dear.
I ought to have given this 4 stars just for half the album i suppose but some of the songs are so bad they'd come out as zero, so i guess two points is the average.