Wednesday, October 15, 2008


Heavy rocking, with some nice drums -- the kind of record that's kept the Sons in more crates than you'd think over the years! The set's a massive 2LP jammer that really overflows with niceness -- often done in a heartfelt, blues-tinged rock style that's got traces of Little Feat and The Steve Miller Band -- but the album's best remembered for the few tunes that have some nice funky changes, like the drums and bass on "Rooftop", or the jazzy scatting riffing sound of the 15 minute track "Freedom", or the hard jamming organ and horns in "Hello Sunlight". Other tracks include "Everywhere", "1982 A", "Black & Blue Rainbow", and "Get High". (Original pressing, including the print.) © 1996-2008, Dusty Groove America, Inc.

Tracks :

1. 1982-A
2. Thing to Do
3. Misery Isn't Free
4. Rooftop
5. Everywhere
6. Don't Fight It, Do It!
7. Get High
8. Black and Blue Rainbow
9. Hello Sunlight
10. Things Are Getting Better
11. Freedom

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  2. been looking for this one. thanks for posting this and so many others. keep cool, henri


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