» T.2 - 1970 - It'll All Work Out In Boomland
T.2 - 1970 - It'll All Work Out In Boomland
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Tapestry of Delights:
An obscure but now rare and quite sought-after album by a short-lived progressive rock trio. Formed in 1970, drummer Peter Dunton had previously been with Gun and Keith Cross and Bernard Jinks had been in Bulldog Breed. Some likened Cross to Eric Clapton and the group made a successful appearance at the 1970 Isle Of Wight Festival and had a residency at the Marquee for a while. Their album contained an epic, 21-minute power rock cut, Morning, and is certainly one of the better early seventies progressive rock efforts. Another of its cuts, No More White Horses, had a great freaky ending.
In 1992 the album was reissued on CD with three bonus cuts that were recorded live for the BBC in October 1970. Of these, CD and In Circles are good power rock offerings in the style of Hendrix and Cream. The second CD, Second Bite, was recorded by a reformed line-up put together by Dunton some years later but it suffers from the absence of Cross's dynamic guitar playing.
After T 2 Cross teamed up with Peter Ross in Cross and Ross.
1. In Circles (8:34)
2. J.L.T. (5:44)
3. No More White Horses (8:35)
4. Morning (21:14)
05. Questions And Answers 5:19
06. CD 7:02
07. In Circles 9:09
Keith Cross - guitars, keyboards, harmony vocals
Peter Dunton - drums, lead vocals
Bernard Jinks - bass guitar, harmony vocals
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