The Cleves' only album was competent but uninspiring, typical early-'70s progressive rock, all the material original save an eight-minute cover of "Summertime." With most of the songs hovering between five and seven minutes, it was given to long, not entirely purposeful vamps on organ and guitar, grinding out repetitive, basic hard rock riffs. The vocal sections were very much of-the-time hippie-oriented messages that aimed to uplift and reflect -- nothing to object to in and of themselves, but hardly profound, and often naïve.
Give it a try, it's a real good psychedelic prog effort and much better than a lot of their
contemporarys. Real good songs here.
Frank Flac p1 & Flac p2 & Flac p3 - mp3@320