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Monday, September 12, 2011

Colosseum 1997 Bread & Circuses

Genre: Progressive Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:38
Size: 115,81 MB

United Kingdom

This is solid blues-jazz-rock. Some funky, pumping bass (Mark Clarke) and drums (Jon Hiseman) with some great guitar (Clem Clempson) on top, not to mention Dave Greenslade's keyboard playing, Dick Heckstall-Smith's sax, and Chris Farlowe's gritty voice belting out the lyrics - he sounds like he's smoked a few packets of Gauloise before getting up on stage in a basement jazz bar. Listening to this album makes me wish I was in the bar listening to them live too.

If you're looking for long tracks, each with umpteen changes in tempo and mood, then forget it. But if you enjoy solid funky rock with a big dose of jazz and blues thrown in then you'll really like this stuff. (Review by Fitzcarraldo)


01 - Watching Your Every Move 04:05

02 - Bread & Circuses 03:40

03 - Wherever I Go 04:18

04 - High Time 04:09

05 - Big Deal 05:14

06 - The Playground 05:10

07 - No Pleasin' 05:06

08 - I Could Tell You Tales 05:08

09 - Storms Behind The Breeze 04:45

10 - The One That Got Away (Instr.) 04:20

11 - The Other Side Of The Sky 04:43

Colosseum here:

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