Monday, March 25, 2013

Greg Sneddon - Mind Stroll (1975)

A keyboard driven album, to me very reminiscent of Wakeman's early solo work. The two dominant elements to me are, on the one hand, a strong commercial soft-rock/pop edge, particularly to the fore on the ballad "Take It Slow And Easy", and the main themes of the title track, and "Concerto For Two Handed Plectrum"; on the other hand, busy keyboard solos (sometimes approaching Emerson territory, eg "A Spell of Destruction" and "Concerto"), and 'classical' flourishes (eg the main theme of 'Minuet in E", "Winter", the secondary theme of the title track). Layers of keyboards dominate the sound, with much use of the most voguish synth sounds of the day. Sneddon shares lead vocal duties with Dayle Alison, who has a lovely voice. Not a prog masterpiece, but a very interesting record, one that stands out among the minimal output of the symphonic or symphonic-influenced bands found in Australia during the 1970s.  (Prog Archives) 


01  Mind Stroll
02  Winter
03  Take It Slow and Easy
04  A Spell of Destruction 
05  Minuet in E 
06  Concerto for Two Handed Plectrum / Madman

Artist: Greg Sneddon
Title Of Album: Mind Stroll
Year Of Release: 1975
Label: Mushroom Records # L-35,356
Country: Australia
Genre: Crossover Prog 
Total Time: 30:38
Format: Mp3
Quality: CBR 320 kbps
Total Size: 76.6 MB


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