“Comin’ Thru” by Quicksilver - album review

TJR says

For their 7th LP in 5 busy years, classically trained keyboardist Mark Naftalin is replaced by funster Chuck Steaks, as the group turn to a slightly more pop-orientated approach, with a number of trumpeters, trombonists and saxophonists nicing up the rock. They line-up: Dino Valenti (vocals, guitar, congas), Gary Duncan (guitar, vocals), Chuck Steaks (organ), Mark Ryan (bass) and Greg Elmore (drums). There were a couple of things on the last album that I liked, and “Comin’ Thru” starts promisingly with the funky shimmy of “Doin’ Time In The U.S.A.”, but nothing else carries quite the same appeal. Kudos to them for pushing themselves in new directions with each album.

The Jukebox Rebel
05-Dec-2009

A1 [04:20] 6.4.png Quicksilver - Doin’ Time In The U.S.A. (Gary Duncan) Rock
A2 [03:58] 4.8.png Quicksilver - Chicken (Traditional) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A3 [04:01] 3.1.png Quicksilver - Changes (Chester Powers) Pop
A4 [06:27] 3.0.png Quicksilver - California State Correctional Facitlity Blues (Chester Powers, Gary Duncan, Greg Elmore, Chuck Steaks) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B1 [05:51] 4.6.png Quicksilver - Forty Days (Chester Powers, Gary Duncan, Greg Elmore, Chuck Steaks) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B2 [05:38] 4.0.png Quicksilver - Mojo (Chester Powers) Rock
B3 [06:08] 4.0.png Quicksilver - Don’t Lose It (Chester Powers, Gary Duncan) Rock




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