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Lovers In The Wind - Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound (Cassette, Album)


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  1. Very similar to other German pressings, but non-embossed. There is another version of Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound which 1) has a different Price Code "AR" and 2) no black small separate printing line under "Produced by." on back sleeve. 3) no label code on back sleeve. Back cover.
  2. Dec 31,  · The last Supertramp album worth owning. Its a cold war/dark dystopian concept album filled with brilliant music drawn on blues, prog rock, jazz, funk and an almost soundtrack like ephemeral quality. Recording is amazing and the band is tight not to mention Dave Gilmour's contribution tops it all out with a cherry performance/5().
  3. Supertramp's CD "Brother Where You Bound" stands as an underrated watershed in the annals of progressive rock. True, the band as a collective didn't achieve the commercial success post-Hodgson but they felt emboldened enough to push forth in what can be either a move forward into new territory, or else it's a coming home to the dense-yet-catchy sound of their earlier albums prior to Breakfast in /5().
  4. In a thematic sense, Brother Where You Bound is dated and hasn't aged very well -- Davies' politically oriented lyrics are heavy-handed -- but the music is a pleasure. The crystalline sound of the album, particularly Davies' piano, is breathtaking; kudos to co-producers David Kershenbaum and Supertramp and engineer Norman Hall. The hit single "Cannonball" is a jazz-rock delight, especially in full-length 6/
  5. Performer: Supertramp Album: Brother Where You Bound Label: A&M Records. Made in US. Catalog #: Style: Art Rock, Pop Rock Year: Format: FLAC (image +.cue) Bitrate: lossl.
  6. Just six tracks long, "Brother Where You Bound" is a stunning album, one of Supertramp's very best. Davies, sax man John Halliwell, bassist Dougie Thomson, and drummer Bob Siebenberg take a bold, daring turn into full-on progressive jazz/rock (with Pink Floyd-like voices & .
  7. Jul 09,  · So I've recently rediscovered this album. I'm not much of a Supertramp fan apart from their hits and a few songs, but this album -- or rather, HALF of it -- has always kept me coming back. The title track is the "proggiest" thing they've done, with a freeform jazz section, a lot of great guitar work by David Gilmour, and a cool groove in the coda/fadeout.
  8. Dec 22,  · That album has almost all of the SUPERTRAMP trademarks, that I personally love about them. To me, "Brother Where You Bound" didn't really have the traditional SUPERTRAMP sound and it almost seems like it leans towards being a "Jazz" album, with it's heavy instrumental solos, rather than being a regular SUPERTRAMP album.

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