Robert Christgau: Dean of American Rock Critics

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Consumer Guide by Review Date: 1971-10-14

1971-10-14

King Floyd: King Floyd (Cotillion, 1971) This is virtually the only good soul music to come from Atlantic in recent memory, which must mean something, probably not good. A standard solid soul LP, nothing ruinous and a couple of good singles to get off on. B

Redeye: One Man's Poison (Pentagram, 1971) And when I first heard about Crosby, Stills & Nash, I thought they were going to save rock and roll. C-

Wet Willie: Wet Willie (Capricorn, 1971) If any of you is sufficiently impressed by the Allman Brothers to settle for an imitation, here it is, with great cover art and a touch of declamation for flavoring. C

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