ANDROMEDA Beginnings 1967-68

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This release…turns the clock back a little further and actually captures the earliest sessions of Andromeda’and it has to be said that the quality of the tapes unearthed are excellent…

Bill Leslie, www.getreadytorock.com (August 2007)


…it’s surprising how fully-formed the songs including the prog epic ‘Return to Sanity’ were before taken to the real studio.

www.dmme.net (August 2007)


DuCann is still a member of The Attack, and their exhuberant pop sensibilities continued to infect DuCann’s songwriting…fans won’t want to miss a minute of this fascinating bedroom set.

Allmusic.com (July 2007)


…this is an essential purchase if you seriously believe, as the sleevenotes writer does, that Andromeda…should have been as big as Cream…

Classic Rock Society (July-August 2007)


…it’s surprising how fully-formed the songs, including the prog epic ‘Return To sanity’, were before taken to the real studio…It’s all down to Du Cann’s ability to work on the two melodic levels…

www.dmme.net (September 2007)


Angel Air is to be commended for ensuring that the work of an undervalued band receives a fresh hearing

Record Collector (September 2007)


…a collection of previously unheard demos culled from old acetates…one for devotees

Danny Moore, RocknReel (November 2007)


…Without a doubt, this release is something that Andromeda aficionados should get, especially if they are interested to dig into the process that led to the remarkable 1969 album.

Maelstrom (November 2007)


…16 performances…that set the stage for how the band itself originally viewed its music…- fiery psychedelia, crashing choruses…dramatic and demanding, and as heavy as you could hope for.

Jo-Ann Greene, Goldmine (November 2007)


…Without a doubt, this release is something that Andromeda aficionados should get, especially if they are interested to dig into the process that led to the remarkable 1969 album.

Maelstrom (November 2007)


…mixes 60s beat-group stomp with frilly-bloused psychedelia

Classic Rock (November 2007)


Angel Air is to be commended for ensuring that the work of an undervalued band receives a fresh hearing.

Record Collector (November 2007)


..it’s surprising how fully-formed the songs were before taken to the real studio…

www.dmme.net (September 2007)


Without doubt, this release is something that Andromeda aficionados should get, especially if they are interested to dig into the process that led to the remarkable 1969 album.

www.maelstrom.nu (November 2007)


…16 performances…that set the stage for how the band itself originally viewed its music…- fiery psychedelia, crashing choruses…dramatic and demanding, and as heavy as you could hope for.

Jo-Ann Greene, Goldmine (November 2007)


…a collection of previously unheard demos culled from old acetates…one for devotees

Danny Moore, RocknReel (November 2007)

 

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