Nazareth Close Enough for Rock 'n' Roll Album


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Release information about the album
Release Date: 04/01/1976
Tracks in Close Enough for Rock 'n' Roll: Telegram, Pts. 1 & 4, Vicki, Homesick Again, Vancouver Shakedown, Born Under the Wrong Sign, Loretta, Carry Out Feelings, Lift the Lid, You're the Violin, Holy Roller

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Close Enough for...a Washout | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez | 5/30/13

"HAIR OF THE DOG" was a great success in the Nazareth career, but the band member's likes were changin'...
"CLOSE ENOUGH..." showed a versatile Nazareth, seduced by the '70's "AOR" and a softer sounds than they displayed on the previous album.

A good sign of this is the variability between the songs, from the anthem "Telegram", the dulcet ballad "Vicky/Homesick Again", the funny-"hard rocker" "Vancouver Shakedown" to the "funkys" "Born Under the Wrong Sign", "You're the Violin" and the "hardest" "Lift the Lid" and "Loretta".
Well...it's a good album, but, because of that experiment, they almost suffer an upset.

But, yeah, it's a great "rock" Nazareth album.


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