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Mcdonald & Giles (Cotillion)

John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, 18 March 1971

IGNORING THE TINY VOICE from within that insisted that, having cared for King Crimson not one iota, I would probably not find the work of two Crimson castoffs (or refugees) much more to my liking, I originally bought this album because it had been spoken of highly, even called reminiscent of "middle-period" Beatles, by Melody Maker’s Richard Williams (who might be known to you only as the victim of a snide Random Note several fortnights past but who out to be known to you as one of the finest music critics currently kicking in England or anywhere else).

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