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He was particularly impressed by "Dear Mr. He found the album "lax at times, but not bad for live jazziness—Stevie Winwood and Dave Mason Plustwo Melody Stop Fantasy as engagingly as Mike Ratledge and Elton Dean, say, and in a genuine rock style.
Even the lackadaisical 'Gimme Some Lovin' doesn't seem like a desecration. Strong was more critical, writing in The Great Rock Discography that the album is "fairly heavy going but no less self-indulgent than your average early 70's live effort".
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Blind Faith. Discussion in ' Music Corner ' started by mdsAug 18, Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Location: PA. Back when these came out I viewed them as a last ditch label effort to gain some dollars out of the band catalog.
I also was not a big fan of recorded live music, much preferred going to the show and listening to studio recordings at home. I am reassessing this view and was wondering what others think of the two albums and which CD version is worth buying if any. I am Traffic Welcome To The Canteen to the early traffic line up and songs but do love the folky tales on JB and the move towards a more jazz sound of LSoHHB, but stopped purchasing their albums with Sparks.
I didn't think the follow up albums ever matched the genius of Sparks and that was a wonderful place to stop, it didn't get much better than this album, mature songs and well played. It highlighted a band that could transition away from the early psychedelic songs to a new range of material. They showed they had what it takes to mature and last without having to follow trends.
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