Nesmith, Michael
Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma

Nesmith, Michael

Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma
Sealed 1979 Original. Small Cut Corner. “As The '70s Drew To A Close, Michael Nesmith's Music Had Still Retained All Of The Intellect, Intrinsic Charm, And Dry Wit That Had Defined His Tenure As A Monkee, As Well As His Country-Rock-Flavored Solo Material From Earlier In The Decade. The Cryptically Titled Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma Was "Papa Nez"'S Ninth Post-Monkees Solo Studio Effort In As Many Years. The Southwestern Motif That Practically Defined Nesmith's First And Second National Band(S) Remained Throughout His Late-'70s Releases, Although Now The Distinct Pedal-Steel Guitars Had Been Morphed Into The More Traditional Rock & Roll Electric Ones. The Ten Tracks Cover A Lot Of Ground, From The '50s Sock-Hop Ballad "Magic" To A More Modern Approach To Love Songs On "Carioca" -- Featuring One Of Nesmith's Finest Unions Of Lyric To Melody. These Contrast Well With The Full-Fledged Heavy-Rockers "Factions" And "Horserace," Or The Slightly Caribbean Feel Of The Up-Tempo "Flying." Lindsay Planer, AMG.
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