Daughter Of Time Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
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Each track is an exercise in individual musicial work of the highest order by a band which had yet to peak as it introduced Dave Clempson and Chris Farlowe to an eager fan base.
Sadly only 'Colosseum Live' was to come for an overly long period of time...what this band might have achieved, had they avoided piques, is anyone's guess.
To see them now is to realise that the peak was achieved. Don't believe me...watch the 1994 Reunion DVD, see them live and get the bug.
There are a mix of styles here, blues and jazz mixed with rock and a hint of soul. It works though.
Would happily recommend this to anyone who is wiling to listen to something a little ouside of the usual boxes pop music seems to fall into.
Here was a band of Musicians - with a capital letter. Not your 3-chord, guitar strumming pretty boys, nor a rhythm section that simply kept time, these were MUSICIANS. Every note, every phrase was exactly where it was meant to be. Every change of chord or time signature added to the overall sound. The fusion of jazz, blues, and what we now know as prog-rock (although it was then in its infancy) made something greater than them all.
It seemed as if the fusion of all these styles and musicians brought out the best in them all. I had heard Chris Farlowe on the 'Out Of Time' single' (1966?) but here his voice moved into another league. We had all heard Jimi Hendrix contort his guitar sound, but here Dave Clemson made his guitar sing - the last minute or so of the title track is amongst the greatest pieces of guitar playing you are likely to hear, it's tone and dynamics are similar to those Mike Oldfield used, especially in 'Ommadawn'.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not up to 'Those About To Die Salute You' but is well worth owning.Published 14 months ago by reddirt
Always loved this album & still do. Contrary to a few reviews on here I still think it stands up & considering the year it was recorded still sounds fantastic. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Token3000
Probably the greatest of Colosseum many fine albums. All players at peak performance. With the addition of the bonus material it moves from excellent to superb. Read morePublished 20 months ago by P. L. Wightman
Surely the best "Jazz-Rock" band ever, great to see their back catalogue still available. Still touring as well! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Richard Pedrick