Today’s The Day (Sands Of Time  S-5046)  1979

 

 

Five guys from Estacada, Oregon playing decent middle-ground rock with a twinge of rural sentiment. Electric guitar leads here and there, plus a good deal of phased rhythm guitar. Soaring country rock mood to the 6:34 ‘Brother John’. Electric bass highlighted on a couple atypical tracks: keeping the funk on ‘The Reign’, droning along with sax, strange synth sounds and a thick percussive disco beat on ‘Take It To Your Heart’. A few ballads featuring acoustic guitar and Arp-sounding keyboards. All originals, seven written by guitarist Rocky Hash, one by bassist Roddy Hash. A couple longhaired ones in the bunch.    (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).

 

Tracks:

01. Fly Away

02. Our Song

03. Comin’ Home

04. Brother John

05. The Reign

06. How Much I Care

07. Take It To Your Heart

08. Today’s The Day

 

 

 

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