High Keys - Little Too Heavy [Colored Vinyl] (Org) | RECORD STORE DAY
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Limited orange colored vinyl LP pressing. Piquant three-part harmonies, cumbersome guitar woven tightly with organ flourishes, all poured over hot rhythm grooves! Recorded 1970-1972 under the watchful eyes and ears of Ron and Howard Albert, aka Fat Albert Productions (Wishbone Ash, Procol Harum, CSN) at the legendary Criteria Studios in Miami, this powerhouse album finally sees the light of day on colored vinyl pressed at Third Man! The album was the culmination of years of hard work by the High Keys. "A Little Too Heavy" is a commanding opener, mixing organ flourishes with heavy lead guitar runs for a searing hard rocker that proudly displays their Vanilla Fudge influence. "Bird In The Hand" and the road weary "Headin' Home" also lay down the heavy gauntlet - the former with some fine soloing and the latter with complex harmonies and rhythms as fast as a touring van's wheels. And on "Too God To Be True," the hard rock is slower, more contemplative and, above all, still affecting.