Brian Auger's Oblivion Express - Second Wind mp3 album
This is the only Auger album I have so far. Brian is a solid player and from what I have seen on the Internet he has played with many top notch artists. He ( Brian) turned down a chance to form a band with Jimi Hendrix just as Jimi was coming on the scene. What a combo that would have been. Oblivian Express relentlessly intice your body to move. The band is tight and the progish type changes are seamless. Just me just you Is the mellowist track but still has a great feel.
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With ''Second wind'' Brian Auger's Oblivion Express would find again their way into efficient and tricky music, the album walks exactly on the thin line between the style of the debut and the somewhat flat offerings of ''A better land''. couple of tracks are still weak, dominated by dated psych and Pop leftovers of the 60's, but the bulk is going the right way with a nice sense for instrumental originality and vocal balance. Back on track for Brian Auger's Oblivion Express, a sweet little album of jazzy, psych and Fusion elements, recommended for all lovers of organ-based light Prog/Psych.
Auger's playing is melodic and expressive, and there is an undeniable chemistry between the musicians. This is an album with a good and gentle heart, even in the uptempo numbers, and that heart really shines through. In this day and age especially, that is a true sign of distinction. When I was a DJ on 1970s progressive college radio, this album was a "biggie" for me. And it has never diminished in its beauty or timelessness, in my opinion. I preferred Second Wind in this pairing. The tunes are great, Brian Auger always plays great keyboards and singer Alex Ligertwood was on top of his game. Better Land didn't work for me because there was a strong emphasis on atmospheric ballads and I would rather hear groove-oriented stuff.