Audience - House On The Hill

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Beautiful 1971 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Insert. Clean Cut Out Hole. “The House On The Hill Is Audience's Strongest Effort, Made Up Of Simple, Elegantly Arranged Songs, Focusing Around Howard Werth's "Electric Classical" Guitar And Keith Gemmel's Tenor Sax And Clarinet. "Jackdaw" Has Werth Showing Off His Vocal Range By Hollering Out The Chorus In Full Force. "Raviole" Is An Instrumental Piece Painted With Lovely Acoustic Guitar And Is One Of The Real Gems On The Album. There's Not A Lot Of Meat On Each Of The Songs, But The Use Of Flute And Vibraphone Give This Album A Unique Feel And Is Deemed Interesting Mainly For That Purpose. The Overall Atmosphere Is Quite Comfortable, And The Hypnotizing Effect Aroused From The Woodwind Instruments Creates An Absorbing Mood One Might Not Expect To Find Here. Snippets Of Jazz Fusion Make Up The Title Track, Overlapped With Some Rich Saxophone Playing. After A Few Listens, This Band Slowly Rises From Being Heard To Being Enjoyable.” Mike DeGagne, AMG.

Artist: Audience Title: House On The Hill Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: Elektra Catalog ID: EKS 74100 Country: USA Our ID: 113419
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