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Impala Syndrome

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Not really an unknown "classic", but a decent album with three or four really good tracks.....from Venezuela ca. 1969, this is as far as I know the only effort these boyos put forth.....upon listening, you will have very little doubt, indeed,  that Rudy Márquez, Edgar Quintero, Neiro Qunitero, Bernardo Ball, and Francisco Belissario had heard a Cream album or two prior top crankin out this recording......in particular the Jack Bruce-style bass playing and vocals, but also similar to the less-jamming, studio riff-pop of, say, most of "Best of Cream"......and, really, what would be so wrong about that?

What we have here are 11 tracks, when it's good (ie the riff-rocking "Too Much Time" and "Let Them Try"), it merits an additional listening or two, when it's, well, NOT SO good (ie "Love Grows a Flower", or, "I Want to Hug the Sky"),it can be either be hilariously dated hippie gibberish, or damn near embarassing, dependant upon your viewpoint I suppose.

Anyway, NOT a lost "classic", but  a decent and listenable slab of hard rock n roll, and the world can ALWAYS use more listenable slabs of hard rock n roll...check this out, or don't, no one cares, welcome to the weekend, those of us with retirement pending are prepping for semi-permanent "weekend" status....

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IMPALA SYNDROME-01 Too Much Time/02 Love Grows a Flower/03 Children of the Forrest/04 For a Small Fee/05 New Love Time/06 Let Them Try/07 Land of No Time/08 I Want to Hug the Sky/09 Leave, Eve/10 Fun (Don't Look Behind)



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