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If you love prog rock, then you'll certainly love Gentle Giant.
Its a superb song featuring beautiful vocals, a haunting string section, horns and an evocative simple little guitar chord section that ties the whole thing together.
Even off of the starting block, this was a group of superb skills and there is some great ensemble work on this album.
So incredibly good. This was on my husband's wish list, but now that we've gotten a couple of Gentle Giant albums, I may be even a bigger fan than he is. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Louise S
the gentle giant debut lets listeners know that this band is somewhat different from the start. what would become typical of the band started right here. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ...
I only recently discovered this first album by Gentle Giant. And listening to it now I see how much Gentle Giant grew from the first album, but I also see how musical and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Steven A. Blomerth DC
A great Group from the Prog rock era of the 70's Gentle Giant will go down as one of the lesser known Prog Rock groups of the 1970's. But a great find and nicely priced album.Published 11 months ago by Joseph B. Arlington
I was under the impression this was the "Three Friends" CD and it also came with a broken jewel case and ripped a bit. I would suggest better packaging in the future.Published on April 28, 2012 by frustrated
Gentle Giant's self-titled debut studio album was released in late 1970. In my opinion it is an incredible record and one that I would enthusiastically recommend to any fan of... Read morePublished on April 11, 2012 by Gentlegiantprog
Gentle Giant - Gentle Giant is the bands first recording released as a group.
I think there are some real gems on this record. Isn't It Quiet and Cold? Read more
Good remaster, still waiting for the rights to revert to the band so they can do a real remix/remaster.
Where are all the synth riffs looped at the end of the album!? Read more