Excited to finally listen to this whole album. Kind of psychedelic, experimental rock and folk. Reminded me of when I fell in love with the London Olympic Games opening ceremony music - I miss that soundtrack/playlist.
It’s clear to me how impactful this album was to so many modern albums based on how familiar it sounded despite never listening to it fully before.
Instrumentations were alright, but no idea why it ended up on this list.
Blues honestly is not my favorite genre and I know I completely miss the point of it. I can tell these folks were vibing and the quality was good, but I was left feeling bored.
Mature but unrefined at the same time. Serious and fun. Glad I listened to it.
Alive, honest, loud, desperate, angry. Surprised I recognized two or three of the songs on this album.
This was more impressive than I had hoped. This group has a soft, gentle, safe rock-psych moment before they are forced into chintzy surf pop. The vocals shine, especially in the last track.
Definitely of an “era”. Noticed a sampled snare rhythm that I’ve heard before. The album seemed repetitious in its motifs, it seemed they were quite excited about being revolutionary!
It was fine folk, but a bit repetitive.
Clear evolution through the album into more experimental areas. Enjoyed the vocals and liked the folk-rock mixtures.
Some skippable songs, but overall incredible vocals and progressively more progressive.
Beautiful, soaring vocals. Interesting instrumentation. Great vibes.
I always enjoy albums that have songs of both - familiar and tried, plus evolutionary.
Be still my heart … the vocals … wow
At first I was worried this would be happy-go-lucky disconnected smile pop from the 70s, but I got the sense that as the album progressed the drugs and depth came in…ha!
I had no idea. Incredible vocals. Emotion. Wow.
Always up for chill eclectic…
Clearly an influence. Timeless.