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|3.0 good||Robbit | March 24th 17|
Zephyr was a short lived Boulder, Colorado act blended blues-rock, hard rock and even a touch of jazz in their often lengthy jams. The band showcased a Joplinesque front woman Candy Givens, although they are now best known for being one of Tommy Bolin's earliest projects. Their debut album is a decent and interesting curiosity piece for Bolin fans with lots of energetic improvisational work by the band. Candy's vocals are something of an acquired taste with her tendency to wail and screech in a style much like Janis Joplin, but without the same level of finesse or restraint. Overall, it's a likable enough album containing a few highlights in "Sail On" and "Cross The River".
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