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Audience — Friend’s Friend’s Friend

Audience — Friend’s Friend’s Friend

Release Date 1970

Album Condition Very Good +

Jacket Condition Very Good +

Publisher Charisma

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"Friend's Friend's Friend" is the debut album of the British progressive rock band Audience, released in 1970. The album features a unique blend of psychedelic and progressive rock, with elements of jazz and blues. The band's sound is characterized by the use of Hammond organ, electric guitar, and flute, creating a distinctive and atmospheric sound.

The album opens with the track "Banquet", a haunting and atmospheric instrumental piece that sets the tone for the rest of the album. The following tracks, such as "Poet" and "Waverley Stage Coach", showcase the band's ability to create complex and dynamic arrangements, with intricate guitar and keyboard solos.

The album's standout track is "House on the Hill", a haunting and melancholic ballad that features a beautiful flute melody and emotive vocals. The song is a perfect example of the band's ability to create atmospheric and emotional music.

Other notable tracks on the album include "It Brings A Tear", a bluesy track with a catchy guitar riff, and "Maidens Cry", a psychedelic track with a driving rhythm section and soaring guitar solos.

Overall, "Friend's Friend's Friend" is a unique and innovative album that showcases the band's ability to create complex and atmospheric music. The album is a must-listen for fans of progressive rock and psychedelic music.

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