Nevertheless these type of tracks are usually more suited as a live recording rather than a studio one. On first side of the second disc stands a 6-movement suite for a whopping almost 19 mins Music For A Quiet Time. Yes this third side is definitely over-indulgent and does overstay its welcome, no matter how experimental they get.
But I want their dope dealer's address; the man has some mean stuff ;- The final track Night-Morning is downright spacey, making Saucerful Floyd sound like teenyboppers. In many ways, we are close to Krautrock by the cosmic side of this track, reminiscent of the early Tangerine Dream, Cluster, Popol Vuh and Kraftwerk, but a more acoustic and real instrument version.
As much as the previous track is a lot of rubbish or psych mumbo-jumbo , as much as this one is easily their most worthy on this album and although completely unrepresentative of the Chilliwack name and sound, it stands easily as their best work, outside The Collectors. Although there is a slight deception after Chilliwack's first two albums, us progheads hoping for more structured albums after their two Collectors releases, there is no doubt that Chilliwack was still out for musical adventures, but most likely not being aware that the ground they were breaking was not fascinating.
Still headed by guitarist Bill Henderson and multi-instrumentalist Claire Lawrence whose flute and sax works are definitely making the difference , the group adopt a more west coast sound than in their previous incarnation, but also manage to sound like early Tull on Sundown , sometimes slightly Amerindians the chants and drum rhythms on Seventeens Summer, even if it allows for a Diddley passage - maybe in homage to the ethnic mask on the artwork - and downright hippy-trippy and reflective Ballad.
But the group still retained some typical 60's twist such as the fuzzed-out guitars Got You Fixed's wild solo with some bluesy elements the lengthy Rain-O and some cool soloing the good guitar on the great closing track Chain Train but almost getting lost but not quite , yet still retaining the dreamy feel. The album slowly dissolves into a quiet flute and bass outro. Please note that the Red Fox Cd-reissue of this album mentions as a release date, but this is wrong, the album being from This "debut" album is not quite of the calibre of their previous albums, and if less-inspired, there are still tons of moments that lets you see the band's brilliance, and letting you hope for a better follow-up.
Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Always 7. Changing Reels 8. Shine 9. Antiphony Travelling Music Sleep Music Night-MorningArtist Release Name lucbabobfilante.svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.co Label Format Year Country; Chilliwack: Chilliwack: PAS Parrot: LP, Album,, Canada: Chilliwack: Chilliwack: SP A&M Records.