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We continue with the tracks on this splendid record, coming now to Track 6, which closed Side 1 of the LP. This is very close to being the title track, as it is called “Supernatural Fairy Tale” (3.34 minutes). It is pure prog-rock in the form of a driving rock fantasy; delightful stuff.
Track 7, which opened Side 2 of the LP, is “Love Is Real” (3.18 minutes). This is a slow pop song with a rumba beat, and yet another gem, with a superb “marching” cadence.
Track 8 is “Come On Up” (3.01 minutes), and the only other one apart from “What’s That Sound” not composed by the group. It is credited to “Cavaliere/Hart”, and has a frantic beat and funky vocals. It is the weakest track on the album, but still very good!
Track 9 is a lovely song called “Brothers, Dads and Mothers”, with a distinctly upbeat mood, which is unusual on this album, which is largely rather dark and somber. It has a refrain which comprises the words of the title, and is actually positively cheerful.
Next time we come to the final 3 tracks on the album.