Steve Baron Quartet

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Steve Baron Quartet - The Mother Of Us All The Mother Of Us All
Pop New - LP T 123 Tetragrammaton
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original. “The Only Album By The Steve Baron Quartet Was A Fitfully Interesting But Uneven Effort, Jumping Between Baroque Folk-Rock, Moody Early Singer/Songwriter Rock, And Jazz-Tinged Psychedelia, Sometimes Shifting Between Genres Within The Same Track, Sometimes Embellished With Light Orchestration. At Times, It's Similar In Some Ways To Other Slightly Precious Folk-Rock Recordings Of The Mid- To Late '60s By The Likes Of Donovan, Tim Buckley, Tim Hardin, The Blues Project At Their Most Folk-Rock-Oriented, And Jake Holmes. At Its Furthest Out, It Employs Sustained And Extended Blues-Jazz-Raga-Rock Guitar Soloing Slightly Reminiscent Of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band On "East-West," Particularly On "Don't You Hate The Feeling" And (To A Lesser Extent) "Shadow Man." Yet Other Cuts Could Almost Be The Work Of A Different Artist (Or At Least A Different Record), With "Goodbye Road" Being The Kind Of Piano-Anchored Beatles-Cum-Bacharach Midtempo Ballad That Would Do Harry Nilsson Proud.” Richie Unterberger, AMG.... more details
 

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