Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Shades of Two Worlds

The group's follow-up to their comeback album is a major step forward, with more mature songs, more improvisation than the group had featured in their work since the early 1970s, and more confidence than they'd shown since Brothers and Sisters. It's all here, from acoustic bottleneck playing on "Come On In My Kitchen", to jazz improvisation in "Kind of Bird" and with their most reflective songwriting on their 15 minute epic rocker "Nobody Knows" Yet, this fan favorite of an album is out print. Probably due to low sales.

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