A Psychedelic Dutch Treat
Thomas Burgess | San Francisco | 01/15/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"When I was hanging out at the Fillmore Auditorium in 1967, I thought I was at the center of the musical Universe; many have agreed. Well, we overestimated. "Polyandry" continues the lesson I keep learning: the grandeur of Dutch bands of the Sixties, as represented by Q5, the Outsiders and Group 1850. "Polyandry" reflects the musical maturation of Group 1850; this is not the second coming of the classic "Agemo's Trip To Mother Age"; this is an almost instrumental Trip, with muttered Dutch and plenty of saxophones. If you listen closely you can hear Laika and the Cosmonauts, and the Mermen. Instruments of TerrorSounds of the SatellitesAmazing Colossal BandAbsurdistanLocal WarmingLaika Sex MachineStrange Things Are HappeningA Glorious Lethal EuphoriaSongs of the CowsThe Amazing California Health And Happiness Road Show Burgenius says: buy this one, because music is a good investment!"