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    Cherry Five Il Pozzo Dei Giganti (2015)

    Anyone heard it yet? opinions?

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    Don't love it

    More Neo than retro, and it doesn't have the Squire like bass of the original LP

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    I was listening to the 1975 self titled LP last night and was struck by how great it is. Didn't they turn into Goblin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by miamiscot View Post
    I was listening to the 1975 self titled LP last night and was struck by how great it is. Didn't they turn into Goblin?
    "Cherry Five" never existed, it's just a fantasy name to cover the Goblin identity. Actually it's Goblin's debut Album (but was released later).
    (of course they exist now )

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    Quote Originally Posted by miamiscot View Post
    I was listening to the 1975 self titled LP last night and was struck by how great it is. Didn't they turn into Goblin?

    Sure is a sweet little album. Something about it reminds me of the early Yes albums, with more varied keyboards
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    There's a live Version of Country Graveyard from the new line up on their Facebook page:

    https://it-it.facebook.com/cherryfiveband

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    This came out of the blue - I wasn't aware they're back! The most unexpected reunion of the year?

    Need to investigate the new album, but that long-forgotten LP from mid-1970s is one of Italian prog's unsung classics IMO. And I really enjoyed watching the "Country Graveyard" video. Oddly, the vocalist seemed to me the weakest link there (although he's one of the original members), but instrumentally this was a top-notch performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheH View Post
    "Cherry Five" never existed, it's just a fantasy name to cover the Goblin identity. Actually it's Goblin's debut Album (but was released later).
    (of course they exist now )
    I was listening to Goblin's Roller yesterday and in the liner notes it says they sold over a million copies of it which really surprised me. Also it says the bass player plays electric bass and ripper bass whatever that is.
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    I need to own a physical copy of this and I can't find a single store. Where can I get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Innerviews View Post
    I need to own a physical copy of this and I can't find a single store. Where can I get it?
    CD ain't released yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Innerviews View Post
    Digital only?
    Nope there will be a CD (have seen it as promo). The digital stuff is totally new for Black Widow, they just
    started it with this release.

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