Sweet Thursday

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Sweet Thursday - Sweet Thursday Sweet Thursday
Pop Used - LP KZ 32039 Great Western Gramophone
1971 Gatefold 2nd Issue. Appears Unplayed. Originally Issued In 1969 By Tetragrammaton Records. “This Group And Their One And Only Album Were Once Considered So Hot, What With Nicky Hopkins, Alun Davies, And Jon Mark In The Lineup, That A Reissue In 1971 Rated A Full-Page Ad From The Source Label In Rolling Stone. In Fact, It's A Pleasant, Well-Played Midtempo Piece Of Late-1960s Rock, With Elements Of British Blues ("Side Of The Road"), Psychedelic Harpsichords And Flute ("Cobwebs"), And R&B, Mid-1960s U.K. Style. Alun Davies And Jon Mark Are More Than Good Enough Guitar Players And Singers, But There Nothing Terribly Special Here In The Way Of Songwriting. "Cobwebs" Is The Kind Of Amorphous, Spacy Brand Of Psychedelia That Donovan Used To Fill Out His Albums With, But With A Bit More Drive; "Dealer" Is Vaguely Blues-Ish Rock Driven By Pseudo-Profound Lyrics. Jon Mark's "Rescue Me" Is One Of The Better Numbers Here, Dominated By Hopkins' Organ Playing And Driven By A Great Beat, And Carried By His Attempts At A White Soul Vocal Performance; It's No Surprise For The Neophyte To Learn That All Of These Guys Played With Outfits Like Zoot Money's Big Roll Band And The Cyril Davies All-Stars.” – Bruce Eder, All Music Guide... more details
 

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