segunda-feira, 15 de dezembro de 2014

Jefferson Airplane - Bark 1971

By the time of Bark, personnel changes had gutted much of the original version of Jefferson Airplane, especially with the departure of Marty BalinPaul Kantner and Grace Slick remained, but their compositions were growing increasingly ill-focused, and Jorma Kaukonen and new drummer Joey Covington were ill-equipped to pick up the songwriting slack. The result was an album that bore hallmarks of the classic Airplane sound, but lacked any classic Airplane songs. That said, the record isn't as bad as many reviewers have made it out to be. It's just mediocre, with little that sticks in the memory, despite occasional nice moments in cuts like Covington's "Pretty as You Feel" and Kaukonen's delicate "Third Week in the Chelsea." AMG.

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2 comentários:

billy disse...

i was a big marty balin fan and it would be easy to ignore this album when the most melodic of the writers had left, and yet i rate this very highly as it contains good rabble rousing kantner songs along with ominous slick compositions and some surprising melodic tunes as well-it would have made a great final album.....

Carlos Mad disse...

Hi Billy thanks for your comment and visit, and I agree with you this is a pretty good album that you keep still enjoying! Take care and enjoy.