CD reissue. This is the first of two R&B/funk-dominated albums lead by their then new lead-singer Chris Farlowe. The previous three showcased prog rock in some form or another, but that element is gone here. The opening track, 'Time Take My Life', with dramatic orchestra accompaniment to Vincent Crane's electric piano and Chris Farlowe's vocals is a great intro to the album. Other highlights and most original songs are 'Little Bit Of Inner Air' written, by drummer Ric Parnell with some very interesting percussive work plus 'Never To Lose' and the excellent 'Space Cowboy' both written by then new guitarist Steve Bolton. The album includes eight bonus BBC radio live tracks.
CD reissue. This is the first of two R&B/funk-dominated albums lead by their then new lead-singer Chris Farlowe. The previous three showcased prog rock in some form or another, but that element is gone here. The opening track, 'Time Take My Life', with dramatic orchestra accompaniment to Vincent Crane's electric piano and Chris Farlowe's vocals is a great intro to the album. Other highlights and most original songs are 'Little Bit Of Inner Air' written, by drummer Ric Parnell with some very interesting percussive work plus 'Never To Lose' and the excellent 'Space Cowboy' both written by then new guitarist Steve Bolton. The album includes eight bonus BBC radio live tracks.
8718627229828

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Format: CD
Label: MOCD
Rel. Date: 07/05/2019
UPC: 8718627229828

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Artist: Atomic Rooster
Format: CD
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CD reissue. This is the first of two R&B/funk-dominated albums lead by their then new lead-singer Chris Farlowe. The previous three showcased prog rock in some form or another, but that element is gone here. The opening track, 'Time Take My Life', with dramatic orchestra accompaniment to Vincent Crane's electric piano and Chris Farlowe's vocals is a great intro to the album. Other highlights and most original songs are 'Little Bit Of Inner Air' written, by drummer Ric Parnell with some very interesting percussive work plus 'Never To Lose' and the excellent 'Space Cowboy' both written by then new guitarist Steve Bolton. The album includes eight bonus BBC radio live tracks.