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  • Construction No. 1 [Polydor, 1969] B

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Construction No. 1 [Polydor, 1969]
I don't much approve of jazz-rock, and Genya Raven, this group's resident Janis Joplin, can get a little too harsh and samey at times, but this is so superior to anything (arghh) Lighthouse or (polite belch) Blood, Sweat, and Tears have done that I feel obliged to kind-of recommend it. I wish I believed their live performance shows as much taste, but I'm not making any bets. B