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A Modern Musketeer

Bruce Pollock, Sounds, 20 October 1973

ON THE broadwalk at Asbury Park, New Jersey, you can hear the black waters of the Atlantic rippling against the rotted sides of the pier with subtle precision, echoing some deep and sombre music of the unknown. Inside the Convention Hall, the rock group Cracker play their own music, a little more obvious perhaps, but no less rhythmic or insistent.

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