Tuesday 22 September 2020

Warm Dust - And It Came To Pass (1970)

The debut album from this band from the UK.

The band was a six piece band with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, flute, harmonica, woodwinds, organ, piano, guitars and vocals.  

This band released three albums before they broke up. I have all three albums and will review them this autumn.

Their debut album is a double album and it is clocking in at seventy-seven minutes.

The album is a mishmash of various genres. From soul and blues to folk rock and even rockabilly.

There is some Jethro Tull here and some blues and mostly everything.

The double album is confusing to say at least and not particular good either. It is an overblown double album where everything is thrown into the mix in the hope that it will float above the surface.

It fails to do so.

It is not a hopeless album. It is an annoying album though as it is so overblown and bloated with mostly hot air.

I hope the two other albums is better than this one.

1.5 points


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