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on 24 June 2013
My first experience of this record was in 1970, when it was doing the rounds with King Crimson, Yes, Caravan and various prog-rock and fusion bands. Listening to it again after 40 years, the sheer musicality of much of the record is striking. The more atmospheric and eerie numbers (Bathers, Waterways, Moth) are particularly strong, but with the possible exception of the last original track, which is a decent enough obligatory jam number, and Centaur Woman which seem slightly out of keeping with the other offerings, I'm delighted to have rediscovered this music.
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4.5 out of 5 stars
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