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3 (Digi) (2 Bonus Tracks) [Limited Edition, Original recording remastered, Import]

If Audio CD

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The pioneering British jazz-rock group formed in 1969 was built around the talents of poll winning saxophone star Dick Morrissey, together with fellow sax man Dave Quincy and guitarist Terry Smith. Seen as rivals to Blood, Sweat & Tears & Chicago, they were a successful touring attraction and also released a series of critically acclaimed albums. Original vinyl artwork in square CD digi- sleeve format (card wallet - no plastic) plus inserted fold-out poster. Two rare bonus tracks! Booklet with authoritative and extensive liner notes by respected author and journalist Chris Welch. Expertly remastered - superb sound.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Not their best April 25 2007
By James S. Yeoman - Published on Amazon.com
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Of course, If 1 is the best, with every song a unique arrangement, that no one has ever duplicated. They really were reaching out on all sides. Unless you have one hundred bucks to shell out, buy Forgotten Roads, their Best of, and Live in Europe '72. The latter lost in the vaults, and was released way after the sixties/seventies cusp of truly progressive rock, with Soft Machine, Family, Coryell, Genesis, Crimson, etc. yet to stagnate. If was not a jazz-rock group, they were THE jazz-rock group, with most other group just main stream rock with horn riff enriched stuff. If, on the other hand, wrote solid numbers that could stand on their own without vocals, and the singer is one more powerful sax voicing. Who can describe If? Buy it to appreciate it, and play it LOUD. Also, only half of their album Waterfall contains the original inspired lineup

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