Label: Tapestry Records - TPT 284 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock
Though the Gurvitzes were able at mimicking the cliches of early-'70s hard rock, their material was ordinary to the point of dullness, and their guitar soloing stereotypical almost to the point of unwitting self-parody. A good number of British bands in the Led Zeppelin - Deep Purple spectrum did this kind of stuff better.
There were occasional glimmers of something that went outside the genre's narrowest bounds -- a bit of pop harmonizing in "Three Man Army," acoustic guitar flavorings for "Agent Man" and "See What Self Doubt - Betrayed - Substance Took," blues-soul organ improvisation in "Midnight," a strange lyrical grounding for "Butter Queen" "if your name is Barbara, how come they call you butter queen?
The two best tracks were the least typical -- "Together" is much more Beatlesque early-'70s rock with a hippie attitude Nice One - Three Man Army - A Third Of A Lifetime a synthesizer than it is hard rock, and "A Third of a Lifetime" is a genuinely pretty orchestrated instrumental ballad.
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Together Adrian Curtis.
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