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Boston 'Don't Look Back'

Reviewing: Epic Records 1978 Release  |  Rating:
David Nesteby By David Nesteby on
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This #2 album on my all time 'Top Ten Best Albums' list, is a real party treat. Eight lenghty songs heat this 1978 rock title 'Don't Look Back' with a lightning strike force. The first is the abbum title, 'Don't Look Back', which fills the house with a real classic, easy listening sound. I sit here wondering how a musical band can play such beautiful music.This is the bread-and-butter of this album/cd.

'The Journey' is an excellent instrumental piece of art that segways into the next track, 'It's Easy', which itself is a beautiful masterpiece. This band can play thier instruments better than any band that I have ever heard.

"A Man I'll Never Be' and 'Feelin' Satisfied' play out pretty slow and make you relax a bit. These two tracks prelude the the get together favorite, 'Party' which runs a fast paced guitar, vocals, drum, and bass mix that electrifies you!

'Used To Bad News' and 'Don't Be Afraid' top this great classical hit with a finale that can't be matched. I Love the way this band plays such sensitive, yet ecstatic music that can't be ignored. If you are a true rock collector who likes bands like: 'Journey', 'Styx', and' E.L.O', then you should add this one to your collection today!