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Hammersmith Is Out Dominic Frontiere Capitol SW-861, 1972
Hammersmith Is Out album cover

Domonic Frontiere on top form in this Richard Burton / Liz Taylor oddball movie about a mysterious mental hospital inmate. It's a lush orchestral affair in places; in others a tight, funky, uptempo rocker. The album features two great groovy instrumentals in 'Kiddo' and 'Snake Rock'. It's not as heavy as, say, 'On Any Sunday' but is extremely groovy. Well worth a listen. Plenty of fat bass and wah guitar back up the big horn section on 'Snake Rock' while 'Kiddo' is a laid-back organ and trumpet groover - really classy!

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

Hammersmith Is Out (Main Title) | Kiddo | For Openers | Cookout Society | Henry Joe And Jimmy Jean | Get Me Out Of Here | When Were Your Dreams Worth Remembering | Under The Bridge | Topless Rock | Road House Blues | Jimmie Jean's Theme | Snake Dance | Hammersmith Is Out (End Title) |

 

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