Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound (1985) (Remaster Edit 2002)

Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound (1985) (Remaster Edit 2002)

This is the last great Supertramp album. I loved Breakfast, Paris, Crime of the Century. When this album came out, many people felt it was all over without Hodgson. However, this album was a statement that the band could continue and do it right, right bloody well right. This cd has some great songs namely the title tune which is truly one of Supertramp's most ambitious compositions. The other songs are fine as well namely Cannonball with wonderful instrumental work. If they would have continued along this path, I would have been happy. Yet, since this cd they have put out jazz lite tuneless heaps of garbage. Let's be honest superfans, this cd is leaps and bounds better than anything they have put out since. And it is a shame because this album reveals this band had great potential even without the wonderful Hodgson. And to those out there who don't feel as though this band is progressive, just listen to this gem. Yes I'm talking about pebozo a.k.a. pedroza, daniel. I'm still waiting for Davies and the gang to go back to this aggressive, progressive approach...R. Neoprog

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01. Cannonball 7.40
02. Still In Love 4.28
03. No Inbetween 4.41
04. Better Days 6.12
05. Brother Where You Bound 16.30
06. Ever Open Door 3.06

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the good contributions.
Broken link:Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound and Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline
Bye from Spain