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#1 2015-02-08 12:25:35

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Anderson, Wakeman, Bruford, Howe.

Wakeman, Anderson, Howe & Bruford - Anderson, Wakeman, Bruford, Howe.
The worst thing about this album is the lack of originality when it came to coming up with a name.
Some of the material is spectacularly good.
Of course Anderson's drivel makes the same amount of sense as usual, but then I always consider vocals to be a throat instrument and never read them when listed on various albums.
Persoanlly I find Wakeman in top form on this LP, never bettered, ecept perhaps in his solo material.
Great album, great cover, spun it today.

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#2 2015-07-19 14:26:04

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Re: Anderson, Wakeman, Bruford, Howe.

I saw them live after the album was released - it was a great concert but I agree...the name was bad lol

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