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Album Review

"Green Eyed Lady" was a classic radio hit that reached number three in the fall of 1970, but aside from that track with its memorable bassline and extended pseudo-jazz organ and guitar solos, this is mostly generic rock of its era. An instrumental version of the Yardbirds' "Train Kept A-Rollin'" cooks, but the instrumental "Chest Fever," combined with some classical keyboard noodling, goes nowhere. Side two is instantly forgettable, with "Things Gonna Change," a rock song based on Paul Desmond's "Take Five."

Biography

Formed: 1969 in Denver, CO

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s

Best known for their 1970 AM pop classic "Green-Eyed Lady," Sugarloaf was formed in 1969 in Denver out of the ashes of the Moonrakers, which had released an album in 1968. Singer/keyboardist Jerry Corbetta and guitarist Bob Webber founded the group, adding Moonraker mates Bob MacVittie on drums and Veeder Van Dorn on rhythm guitar, plus bassist Bob Raymond. Originally dubbed Chocolate Hair, the band lost Van Dorn after just a few months when he joined Mescalero Space Kit. On the strength of their...
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