Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation: Doctor Dunbar's Prescription (Liberty LBL93177E)
Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 7 December 1968
SADLY BRITISH blues groups seem to have reached the end of their creative ability, and a short road it has proved to be. Recording quality has been cleaned up on their prolific albums, a certain monotonous competence has replaced a certain amateurish enthusiasm of the kind that made, for example, an album by Savoy Brown listenable. John Mayall released Bare Wires which was an interesting step forward, but Laurel Canyon went back to square one.
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