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This review is from: One Voice Many (Audio CD)
Another issue from James Plummer's illicit "Fallout" label for which no royalties were paid.
This is the sole album from this band led by the aptly named Angel, which has become one of the best-loved folk-rock albums of its era. Recorded in New York and produced by longtime Wendy Carlos collaborator Rachel Elkind, it's a haunting collection of autoharp-led pop songs, boasting strong melodies and powerful electric guitar, but sold poorly on release in 1971, causing the band to splinter.
The cathiest tune on this album is the opener "West" - a simple opening guitar riff accompanied by tamborine burst into a what one could classify as a "rocking tune" certainly more pleasant to the ears that what one tends to hear eminating out of sterios of the boy racers souped up cars that tend to zoom around blaring out nasty throbbing noise at excessive volumes.
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Initial post: 26 May 2012 15:16:40 BDT
R. Ginosar says:
Not true - the Rev-Ola reissue is fully legit.
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