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Quatermass II - self-titled (Repertoire),
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First came out in 1970, even better than the band's much delayed follow-up, 2000's Quatermass II - 'Long Road' (see my review). Overall, just good British progressive. Tracks here I thought made this CD worth giving a spin every now and again were "Black Sheep In The Family", "Good Lord Knows", the eight-minute ELP-like "Make Up Your Mind" and "One Blind Mice" (sort of reminds me of Deep Purple). Line-up: Johnny Gustafson - bass & vocals, Pete Robinson - keyboards and Mick Underwood - drums. Note that Underwood is the only same player that shows up on the previously mentioned 'Long Road' follow-up.
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Initial post: 27 Apr 2012 12:14:08 BDT
Gerard Keenan says:
ONE BLIND MICE is nothing like ELP.More like DEEP PURPLE sans guitar,mate-like much of this overrated album.
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