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Please try again later. Verified Purchase. I love this album! I first bought this album upon its original release in based on hearing Polecat Woman played at a gig I was at and have played it regularly ever since - first on vinyl, then the Repertoire CD re-release. More Bluesy than those albums, it has some lovely guitar work from Adrian Gurvitz listed as Curtis on the original LP cover , with the excellent Tony Newman on drums and the equally good Paul Gurvitz providing a solid foundation which powers along nicely where needed.
Some of the tracks are supported by strings, but not overbearingly or saccharinely so. If you like Bluesey and classic '70's Hard Rock, I recommend you give this a listen, especially this newly remastered version, which gives it back the edge that I remember so well. I never understood why this album wasn't more successful. Space Is The Place Let's get to those big chunky chords My Yiddishe Mama 2. Hold On 3. Come On Down To Earth 4. Woman 6. Mahesha [Side 2] 7. It's a beautifully lush instrumental piece featuring gorgeous guitars and vivacious violins, designed to take the listener on a magic carpet ride before ascending the Stairway to Heaven.
This lovely musical extravaganza may not have the benefit of vocals, but this epic sweeping soundscape will surely inspire you with a Whole Lotta Love. It's as romantic as a candlelit dinner for two at an exclusive restaurant, only without the annoying little Spanish waiter serenading the courting couple with his third-rate flamenco music, when all they want to do is pay him to just go away and leave them alone.
There's another instrumental "Nice One" to round off Side One now and a very "Nice One" it is too, featuring pounding sledgehammer drumming and heavy blues guitar riffing, and be prepared for some stratospheric guitar glissandos too.
Those effects pedals and amps are turned up to the max with enough guitar reverb to send the music soaring, swirling and echoing higher up into the heavens than a Eurofighter Typhoon! Opening Side Two now is a song that's so good, the band named it after themselves.
Yes, it's "Three Man Army", another solid slab of pure unadulterated hard and heavy Rock, only this time, it's locked and loaded with a powerful anti-war message, as these lyrics reveal:- "I came a long way from my home town, at 16 years of age.
They told me that I'd be a brave man, and killing's all the rage. Why should we stand here and fight? No one seems to know, and no one seems to care. Give peace a chance, although there's no chance of peace breaking out any time soon when the Gurvitz brothers are out on the rampage with their twin blitzing guitar attacks.
The sonic assault on the eardrums continues with "Agent Man", featuring the familiar trademark machine-gun delivery we've come to know and love by now from the riff-meisters. This is guitar heaven! If the Gurvitz brothers haven't yet stunned you into submission, then have a listen to "See What I Took". This song is incredible! On the surface, it might appear as a typical slice of early 's countrified Pop, but lurking just underneath the surface like a predatory shark are some pounding killer guitar shredding solos which are just waiting to rip the song to shreds.
I agree to have my personal data processed as follows. Genre: Hard Rock. Format: LP. Discs: 1. Manufacturer: Private.
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