Saturday, August 14, 2021

Dark - Round the Edges (1972)

The one and only album from this British band.

The band was a quartet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars and vocals.

This band came, recorded an album and then split up.

It is quite incredible that the original LP pressing is the most sought after and valuable LP today by British band. This album has also been pressed on CD at least three times. 

A rehearsal studio CD was also released in 1994 and that album is rightfully ignored. It will not be reviewed in this blog.

The music is a mix of hard rock, psych rock, blues and some hints of progressive rock.  

The music falls very short of the expectations I have had to this album. I was really looking forward to review it.

The music is decent enough. The musicianship is half-decent and that also goes for the vocals.

This album is decent enough but not good enough to pay a king's ransom to get a copy of it. Get the CD version instead as it has some decent bonus tracks. The CD is altogether one hour long and a decent album.

Hence this verdict.

2 points

No comments:

Post a Comment