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- The Best of by The Creation
7/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 2nd August 2015
The Creation were Alan McGee’s favourite band and the reason he called his record label Creation. They formed in 1966 and fitted nicely into the ‘60s mod aesthetic. Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones played guitar with them briefly too. Musically they would sit somewhere between The Who and The Small Faces, “Painter Man”, “Uncle Bert” and “Biff Bang Pow” in particular. They had some pretty classy songs and two that set them apart are “Life Is Just Beginning” has a similar baroque ‘n’ roll sound to The Left Banke and “How Does It Feel To Feel” which was covered by Ride for their “Carnival Of Light” album at Alan McGee’s insistence, I believe. This collection is good, but there’s one glaring omission to my mind which is the catch pop-rock of “Try And Stop Me”.
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