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Supertramp - Even In The Quietest Moments... (1977)

5-12-2013, 07:25
Music | Rock | Progressive | FLAC / APE

Supertramp - Even In The Quietest Moments... (1977)

Artist: Supertramp
Title Of Album: Even In The Quietest Moments...
Year Of Release: 1977
Label: A&M
Genre: Rock, Progressive rock
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 43:24
Total Size: 266 MB(+3%)


01 - Give A Little Bit
02 - Lover Boy
03 - Even In The Quietest Moments
04 - Downstream
05 - Babaji
06 - From Now On
07 - Fool's Overture

personnel :

Rick Davies - keyboards, vocals
John Helliwell - saxophones, vocals, clarinet, melodica on From Now On
Roger Hodgson - guitars, keyboards, vocals
Bob Siebenberg (credited as Bob C. Benberg) - percussion, drums
Dougie Thomson - bass

While there had been McCartney-esque pop elements in Supertramp's accessible brand of art-rock from the beginning, EVEN IN THE QUIETEST MOMENTS represents a definitive shift from proggier tendencies towards a more commercial approach. Coming as it did before the band's major commercial breakthrough, BREAKFAST IN AMERICA, it foreshadows that album's straightforward pop-rock approach, while still retaining a touch of the early artiness.

While "Fool's Overture" has a bit of the weightiness one ordinarily associates with 1970s prog, the fragile, contemplative title track and "From Now On" betray a fondness for the softer side of '60s Britpop. "Give a Little Bit," which would become one of Supertramp's signature songs, is a sunny, acoustic-guitar-driven tune that would sound at home alongside almost any '70s Los A

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