Max Webster - A Million Vacations

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Sealed 1979 Original. Embossed Promo Stamp On Back Cover. “Max Webster Was An Unusual Beast As Bands Go. They Seemed To Try For A Sound That Bordered On Anthemic Arena Rock And Progressive Rock. The Group Had A Sound That Was Quite Quirky And Off-Kilter, While Still Trying For Those More Accessible Rock Sounds. The Music From This Canadian Quartet Still Has The Quirks You Would Expect From Previous Albums. But With Tunes Like "Paradise Skies" And "Night Flights," They Became Downright Accessible. "Let Go The Line" Sounds Uncomfortably Like Toto. But It's Followed With The Loopy Anarchism Of "Rascal Houdi," Another Song From Frontman Kim Mitchell That Keeps The Proceedings From Getting Too Predictable. Give These Guys A Chance, But Remember That Their Sound Is Definitely On The Quirky Side.” All Music Guide.

Artist: Max Webster Title: A Million Vacations Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Capitol Catalog ID: ST 11937 Country: USA Our ID: 130044
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