I'm Feeling So Lonely 2. Magic Wind 3. Drifting 4. Zombie 5. Paradox 6. It's A Long Way 7. Turn Me On 8. So We Meet Again 9. Use Your Sense Musically much less enthralling, DotP plays tracks between and sounding like a flute-less Jethro Tull or Free, but without the songwriting skill. Even the longer tracks don't allow much room for musical interplay and there is little to remind us of the patchy but enthralling debut album.
It's even hard for me to give you a preferred song, because they ll sound a bit alike, but the closing track is always a good one, because it sounds so nice once the raucus stopped.
Best avoided if you ask me, this straight rock album is probably as interesting as are the later Midnight Sun album, also released on Sonet.
Unfortunately the band have changed their style a lot since "Wide Open N-Way ". The musicianship are obviously on a very high level and compared to the debut that part is actually more professionally executed.
The issue here is the songwriting. The sound production which is courtesy of Tony Reeves ColosseumGreenslade is professional and well sounding. Pleasant and organic. The compositions are just generally not memorable enough or intriguing enough Celeste - The Night Terrors - Spiral Vortex leave a lasting impression.
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Zombie - Day Of Phoenix - Wide Open N-Way / The Neighbours Son consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. No release results - showing artist results instead. Coming with a gatefold sleeve, still produced by Colosseum's Tony Reeves, this album was released in 72, Neighbour's Son is a listless collection of songs that are closer to BRI's usual standards, rather than DotP's more improvised sound of their debut album.
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