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World In Sound RFR-028
High quality pressing in heavy duty cardboard cover. Comes with a bonus 7" and a folded insert.
Grading cover: NM/NEW | Grading vinyl: NM/NEW
"Even before they get to the multi-vocal/mellotron wash of “Freedom Son,” there’s a significant enough amount of prog influence in Dragonwyck‘s 1973 second offering, Chapter 2 — coupled here with two cuts from a subsequent 1974 single — to trace back to a more fully-toned Jethro Tull. The keys are a major factor in the Ohioans’ approach here, and one imagines they would’ve made a hell of a double-bill with fellow Clevelanders Granicus at the Agora, though that act was more Zeppelin-minded where although Dragonwyck seem to be knocking on the door of early King Crimson instrumentally and The Doors vocally in “Dead Man,” they’re ultimately more concerned with texture than forward drive." (The Obelisk)