“Helen Of Troy” by John Cale - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1975Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

Often sounding tired and stuck in that horrid early to mid-70s sludge-rock sound, “Helen Of Troy” only occasionally delivers the Cale I need - “Cable Hogue” and “Pablo Picasso” (even those are only “good” and not breathtaking.)

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A1 [03:48] 4.9.png John Cale - My Maria (John Cale) Rock
A2 [04:18] 4.8.png John Cale - Helen Of Troy (John Cale) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A3 [02:30] 5.0.png John Cale - China Sea (John Cale) Pop
A4 [02:45] 5.9.png John Cale - Engine (John Cale) Prog
A5 [02:20] 4.0.png John Cale - Save Us (John Cale) Prog
A6 [03:30] 6.7.png John Cale - Cable Hogue (John Cale) Moodcore
B1 [03:27] 4.5.png John Cale - I Keep A Close Watch (John Cale) Pop Ballad
B2 [03:21] 6.6.png John Cale - Pablo Picasso (Jonathan Richman) Rock
B3 [02:19] 5.4.png John Cale - Leaving It Up To You (John Cale) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [04:48] 4.3.png John Cale - Baby, What You Want Me To Do? (Jimmy Reed) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B5 [04:37] 4.7.png John Cale - Sudden Death (John Cale) Rock

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