Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
A wickedly rare phase 'n' fuzz fueled slice of psychedelia circa 1970! Featuring ripsnorting guitar-work by Bert Bailey, these guys were Caribbean immigrants (4 from Trindad, one from the Virgin Islands) and they idoliz... more »
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A wickedly rare phase 'n' fuzz fueled slice of psychedelia circa 1970! Featuring ripsnorting guitar-work by Bert Bailey, these guys were Caribbean immigrants (4 from Trindad, one from the Virgin Islands) and they idolized the Who and Jimi Hendrix. A Sundazed reissue.
Kenneth Smith | renton, wa United States | 02/07/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The next morning is one of 70's black rock band's.Favoring the styles of funkadelic and jimi hendricks .The song titled after the album is first rate all the way.The rest of the album is fair.But ! I will purchase this cd just to hear the song the next morning in digital sound."
The Next Morning Never Quite Dawned
williambourque | Waltham, Ma | 07/26/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The Next Morning were a Jimi Hendrix adoring band, and boy is it evident in their music. This cd contains only 8 tracks so you've got to figure at least 4 are good right? Not exactly. While I'll admit the title song kicks some serious booty as does "Changes Of The Mind", these guys were too hard rocking for their own good. All the remaining songs, while not fair to be called fillers, are sort of pointless. "Adelane" left me shaking my head and hoping for that time to come back. The vocals are nice, if too Hendrixy, and the guitar is some roaring stuff. 2 stars for the 2 songs about sums this one up, though it should be noted Sundazed, the company who reissued this, was at peak form on this again."