“The Great Unknown” is the bands 5th studio album and the fact that they remained unknowns early in their career in their homeland plus really gathering underground popularity in countries like the UK remained a mystery. I mean it takes time to get music notice but these guys are skilled musicians which surprises me why their sound didn’t get picked up earlier
An interesting array of influences are shown in the promo pack, for instance apparently Dirk was influenced by a very and still underrated guitar man, the late Tommy Bolin and I can actually hear some similarities in it’s music for instance on the instrumental, fusion track “Organic Tubes” you can sense a little of the style of playing that Bolin experienced before he joined Deep Purple for that tragic period in time, more loosely resembling his stint in Zephyr.
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