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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 28, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Esoteric
  • ASIN: B001DJ7PCS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #460,486 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Editorial Reviews

2008 digitally remastered edition of this classic '60s album. Perhaps better known for their later albums Theraphosa Blondi and the classic I Spider, Fully Interlocking was the debut album by the band, prior to their transformation into a fully fledged Progressive outfit . First released in 1968, the record has been described as having "a tint of 60's Psychedelia with Jazz influences and a few early Progressive tendencies". Fronted by American vocalist John L. Watson, the album now receives its first CD release. Esoteric.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert M. Bourland on August 29, 2009
On the back of the first Procol Harum album was this statement: "To be listened to in the spirit in which it was made". This very unique gem is NOT psychedelic, prog, nor rock. It is what it is - a beautiful collection of songs based on different aspects of the human condition, indeed, "FULLY INTERLOCKING". YOU MUST LISTEN TO THE WORDS!!! The musical construction of each song is in synch with the lyrics. The opener is about lonliness, secondly, a party for Prime Minister Harold Wilson , then desolate life in a small mill town, childhood, revenge from the grave, religion, getting high, and finally War or Peace. The Web are very skilled musicians - but don't come here expecting heavy rock. The band is in a soul,jazz, folk mood here and if you can't adjust YOUR mind to that you will not benefit from the wonderful thoughts contained here. Don't take my word for it. This album was produced by Mike Vernon(Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, John Mayall, Savoy Brown, Ten Years After, etc.). This is what he wrote on the original liner notes: "It is not without considerable pride then, that I can honestly say that this album is, in every respect, the finest with which I have ever been associated". The Web have done their part - now you do yours!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By retsaM nogarD on August 7, 2012
if you have the record. dont get this. whispers on war or peace lose too much volume becoming almost unhearable. i got this because i lost my record and i liked the record. unfortunately my favorite piece "war or peace" looses volume so you cant really hear a mainline whisper: "why do men prefer eternal war to peace ?" .

AND

the title "fully interlocking" came form each piece flowing into the next ....the record's first side and 2nd were bridged by a short piece of music that sounded like someone bumped the needle then the second side picks up the piece from he beginning and one bump and the piece finsihes and goes into wachakelale( sp?) . the cd version looses this by fading out the side one's bumped piece and then the next track starts with the new song (no interlocking).

i gave it a 3 for lack of quality control and lack of respect for the original.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Adrian Bonds on February 20, 2013
I would consider The Web as a hidden gem in progressive music from the 60s. Their style is sophisticated but though easy-listened - in some ways jazzy but not improvising. It's like a mixture of the best. Especially epic War and peace is worth its time. That piece has the deep, fine melodies and instrumentation from heaven. One of my favourite records. The only minus could be the bonus tracks, I am not a fan of such stuff.
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By old wreck on January 24, 2015
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All Good. Thanks.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ on July 6, 2009
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Web had three albums before evolving into Samurai, a great jazz-pop band. Their I-Spider, the last , was a great piece of fussion.

But the first two, Fully Interlocking being the second, are lounge jazz, made by a band who thought they were hip. This stuff is strictly coctail, with a few rock dynamics thrown in when the band want to sound edgey. When they want to sound like real jazzbos, the drummer uses his ride cymbal.

The singer has a terrible, kabooke opera voice, and sings with no awareness of this. Even the bossa nova lines on here remind me of being in a supermarket in 1970, as opposed to enjoying a Jobim or Sergio '66 album.

Not convinced? How do you like this line: "Want something, help yourself, but don't knock your pipe out on the mantel shelf." Somebody actually spent money to record and release this. If this is your type of music, you're much better off with a 60s Tom Jones album.

I fully reccomend I-Spider--it was Dave Lawson, who took this band in a whole different direction. If you buy this, and enjoy it, I fully reccomend SERIOUS psychiatric help.

I should know, I am one of about three howling loons who paid for this.
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