Share this site - Email/Facebook/Twitter/Pinterest






Remember The Future
Nektar

Passport PPS-98002
Released: July 1974
Chart Peak: #19
Weeks Charted: 28


Original Album
Advertising Art



Judging by appearances, this German album is incredibly dumb, but the pseudo-arty cover has no effect on the music, and the pretentious lyrics are hardly decipherable. Lead singer Roye Albrighton is thankfully able to keep a straight face while singing about a bluebird who blesses a blind boy with wisdom and sight -- although his voice does become strident at times.

Happily, the 35-minute opus sustains musical if not lyrical interest, owing to the dynamics, the frequently changing tempo and the solo spotlight. And the band never succumbs to the temptation of breaking into deafening ostentation, a common vice in longer rock pieces.

- Paul Gambaccini, Rolling Stone, 12/5/74.

Buying Options


Amazon.com
Read more reviews, listen to song samples,
and buy this album at Amazon.com.


CD Universe
Prefer CD Universe?
Click here.


Alibris
Alibris connects shoppers with thousands of
independent music sellers around the world.


eBay Music
Search for great music deals on
CDs, vinyl and tapes at eBay.

comments powered by Disqus






 Main Page | Readers' Favorites | The Classic 500 | Other Seventies Discs | Search The RockSite/The Web