Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Tibet - Tibet (1979)

A nice little one-album-wonder band from Germany.

This album is music wise pretty much dominated by Hamond organs with some guitars and vocals playing supporting roles. The music is space rock with a lot of Deep Purple (Mk I), Eloy and Novalis injected into the music. The music is also very melodic throughout. Call it flower power prog if you want. The rhythm section has their feet in San Fransisco and the west coast of USA. The vocalist sounds like a German trying to sing English.

The overall standard is good throughout. There is not really anything that excites me at all with this album. But it is ticking nicely over and it is a middle of the road album. This is one of the albums that defines the three points grade.

3 points

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