ACROSS THE BORDER
Where the banned are
Selected by @Bill Zebub
So, starting a catch up....
I confess this album didn't float my boat.
Too "of its time" and a bit of a mish mash for my taste.
It has its moments but not one that'll send me hunting for more.
Finally found time to play catch-up on previous recommendations.
I’ll put my cards on the table here, anything that might be construed as prog usually gets the bums rush from me. I put this down to a mid-seventies attempt to get into Yes which has left indelible musical scars. Saved by the Clash.
Listened to this via Tidal, which has it as a studio recording with some live tracks tacked on to the end - In The Studio 72. More of this anon.