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Sense Of Direction

Climax Blues Band

Sense Of Direction

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  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 9

Language: English

Total size: 68.07 Mb

Year: 1974

Total price: $1.08


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1
$0.12
256
05:37
10.31 Mb
2
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256
02:39
4.87 Mb
3
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256
04:03
7.42 Mb
4
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256
04:11
7.68 Mb
5
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256
05:18
9.72 Mb
6
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06:34
12.02 Mb
7
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256
03:14
5.93 Mb
9
$0.12
256
03:52
7.1 Mb


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"Sense Of Direction" is Britian's Climax Blues Band sixth studio album. Originally released in 1974, this probably is one of the bands last consistently good albums. The band's highlights are their tight instrumentation and 3 strong lead vocalists. The preceeding albums "Rich Man" and "FM Live" broke the band in the U.S. after many tours and their exciting live shows. I happened to be one of the lucky ones seeing the band in this time period. "Sense Of Direction" opens with vocalist/saxophonist Colin Coooper singing "Amerita" that segways beautifully into the title track. Vocalist/guitarist Peter Haycock delivers some very tasteful licks on the title track. "Mole On The Dole" is so laidback and catchy; the record company should have promoted this track as a single. All the tracks are great; a very solid release by a UK band that really deserved much more credit and popularity.

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