Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity – Open (VG+/VG)
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Open is an iconic album by Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity, released in 1969. The album is a blend of jazz, psychedelic rock, and blues, with Driscoll's distinctive voice soaring over Auger's organ.
The title track, “Open”, is a twelve-minute epic that showcases the band's unique sound. Auger’s organ creates a hypnotic atmosphere, with Driscoll’s soulful and haunting vocals weaving throughout the track. The track transitions from slow and soulful to frantic and powerful, as Driscoll and Auger trade solos.
The album features a variety of other styles and sounds, from the folk-influenced “Tiger” to the jazzy “Indian Rope Man”. Auger’s bluesy organ playing and Driscoll’s emotive vocals are a constant throughout the album, creating a cohesive sound that is both unique and familiar.
The album is a classic example of the genre-blending that was popular in the late 1960s. The band’s combination of jazz, blues, and psychedelic rock create a unique and timeless sound that is both experimental and accessible. Open is a perfect example of the band’s sound, and is a must-listen for fans of the genre.
Open is an album that is sure to delight any fan of classic rock and blues. Its unique sound and hypnotic atmosphere make it a timeless classic, and a must-have for any music lover’s collection. Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity have created a classic album that will remain an influential and beloved part of music history for years to come.
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