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No Time For Sentimentd - Kaz Lux - Echoes And Countrybutions (CD)

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  2. Echoes & Countrybutions By Kaz Lux. • 16 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. No Time for Sentiments. 2. Dry Eyes in the Rain. 3. Listen to Echoes & Countrybutions now. Listen to Echoes & Countrybutions in full in the Spotify app.
  3. Great R&B-like female b/vox, great melodramatic half-spoken lyrics' by Kaz, and, of course, the amazing guitar talent of one of the planet's all-time greatest. Even the low points of this LP/CD are interesting, quirky, oft-times humorous, always out there. A wonderful if brief adventure into a kind of psychedelic world. Sit back, relax, and enjoy/5(6).
  4. The original text can be read here: Wikepedia - Kaz Lux As a winner of a talent show, he is allowed to record a record in According to record company Bovema Truce, the band he is in, is not good enough qualitatively, so the recording is done with experienced .
  5. My vinyl copy from the 70s was just about worn out so I replaced the album on CD and was immediately grateful: the music is splendid. Akkerman's guitar is, as ever, dazzling but the contribution of Kaz Lux is also excellent. His voice is great: bluesy, gravelly and tender. If you're a newcomer to "Eli" play it several times as it's a "grower"/5(15).
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