With more credits to his CV than most can dream of, Russell can play most styles. This set is more toned down yet more solid than Running Man. It’s a fine slice of mid 70s rock/pop, with some decent tunes along the way. There’s even a hint of reggae in the moving “All The Fallen Teen-Angels”.
Although much of the booklet replicates that of Running Man (well, Russell’s biog was pretty similar at the time), with four bonus tracks it’s a good package and for fans very welcome on CD. ***
Joe Geesin, www.getreadytorock.com (April 2005)
…offers a rather interesting take on progressive rock, extending blues-rock into jazz regions…The recording is driven by a truly hard rocking section…
www.maelstrom.nu (June 2005)
…With some long tracks the music seems to drift off in an improvised jazz/blues direction but keeps sounding interesting as the fast tempo help it along.
Classic Rock Society (July 2005)
…there are some startling moments – as instanced by the tricky tom-tom rataplans that kick off Another…
Record Collector (August 2005)
…emerges deliberately unfocused, defiantly experimental and, in its own dizzying way, a grandiloquent excursion into the deepest recesses of early Seventies rock
Goldmine (July 2005)
This is a typical early Seventies album, with one foot in the blues…
Feedback (August 2005)
…the music is raw and superb, a crossover between rock and jazz in the finest traditions of Brian Auger, Patto or If…Don’t miss this one!
Phil Jackson, Acid Dragon # 49