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'What makes listening to . . . Baker . . . and his longtime bandmates . . . Hathaway . . . and . . . Campbell . . . such a wild, fun-filled ride is that the guys refuse to take sides, finally, between the good memories and the bad. The band's music . . . is a sometimes delicate, sometimes not-so-delicate balance of extremes, from sweetly crafted ballads and bright Beatley pop . . . to the tense, angular phrasings of progressive rock and modern jazz. And it's all somehow pulled miraculously together by an insistent, psych-rock inventiveness that, for all the band's musical nostalgia, owes more to the loft studio than the garage. - Bloomington Herald Times (May 15, 1997)
'What makes listening to . . . Baker . . . and his longtime bandmates . . . Hathaway . . . and . . . Campbell . . . such a wild, fun-filled ride is that the guys refuse to take sides, finally, between the good memories and the bad. The band's music . . . is a sometimes delicate, sometimes not-so-delicate balance of extremes, from sweetly crafted ballads and bright Beatley pop . . . to the tense, angular phrasings of progressive rock and modern jazz. And it's all somehow pulled miraculously together by an insistent, psych-rock inventiveness that, for all the band's musical nostalgia, owes more to the loft studio than the garage. - Bloomington Herald Times (May 15, 1997)
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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Catalog: 0097877
Rel. Date: 07/18/2006
UPC: 634479343650

Live in Las Vegas
Artist: Love Camp 7
Format: CD
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'What makes listening to . . . Baker . . . and his longtime bandmates . . . Hathaway . . . and . . . Campbell . . . such a wild, fun-filled ride is that the guys refuse to take sides, finally, between the good memories and the bad. The band's music . . . is a sometimes delicate, sometimes not-so-delicate balance of extremes, from sweetly crafted ballads and bright Beatley pop . . . to the tense, angular phrasings of progressive rock and modern jazz. And it's all somehow pulled miraculously together by an insistent, psych-rock inventiveness that, for all the band's musical nostalgia, owes more to the loft studio than the garage. - Bloomington Herald Times (May 15, 1997)
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