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Breathing Space

by Spectrum

This is a six-track EP and is the first in a series of four EPs under the Breathing Space banner, of which three have been released so far. The idea was to tidy-up all the half-finished ideas lying around the studio floor and get them out of the way.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Second Coming
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2. Dreaming
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3. I Play My Guitar
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4. Little By Little
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5. Rocket Girl
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6. Star Crazy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A disparate collection of songs, five of which feature in Spectrum's live repertoire today. Having been burdened by only the one major hit single, (I'll Be Gone), Rudd and Co. don't feel obliged to follow any prescriptive or even coherent musical path and switch from funky blues (Second Coming) and light funk (Dreaming) to Latin (I Play My Guitar and Rocket Girl) to a Knopfler-tinged instrumental (Putt's Little By Little) with some rhyme but no reason. The sixth song is dedicated to the late Paul Hester, with whom Rudd & Putt used to jam on the occasional 'gentlemen's evening' and in the short-lived outfit, The Fez.
Incidentally, the cover art is by graphic artist Ian McCausland, Spectrum's long-time friend and all-round good guy, who was responsible for the Milesago cover art in another era.


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