Friday, May 22, 2015

Revisiting Spirit's The Family That Plays Together

It's no secret that I love music of the 60s-70s. Although I do have a soft spot for Punk and Grunge that was to follow. I've been revisiting The Family That Plays Together by Spirit. It received a lot of airplay in the day (Scot Muni played it often). It's a very textured album, at times quiet and melodic with beautiful harmonies. Okay, it might not have the gloss and complex themes of what many consider their best album--The Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus--but really, it's worth a listen. This album still holds up to the test of time, believe me.

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