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by Todd Rundgren

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Performance Credits

Todd Rundgren   Primary Artist,Guitar,Vocals,Voices,Multi Instruments
Michael Brecker   Horn,Saxophone
Randy Brecker   Trumpet,Horn,Saxophone
Kevin Elliman   Percussion
Bill Gelber   Bass
Wells Kelly   Drums
Mark "Moogy" Klingman   Organ,Piano,Keyboards,Electric Piano
Chris Parker   Drums
Peter Ponzol   Soprano Saxophone
Peter Porozel   Saxophone
Barry Rogers   Trombone
Ralph Schuckett   Organ,Bass,Clavinet
John Seigler   Bass
John Siegler   Bass,Cello
Buffalo Gelber   Bass
John Miller   Bass
Kevin Ellman   Drums

Technical Credits

Arthur Sullivan   Composer
Todd Rundgren   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer
William Schwenk Gilbert   Composer
Alen MacWeeney   Cover Photo
Paul Lester   Sleeve Notes

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Todd 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a dense, thoroughly challenging record; so challenging, in fact, when I first attempted it, I regarded the album as ''unlistenable'' and let it sit on the shelf for about six months or so. Then one day, after reading a thoughtful, favorable review, I decided to try again. Listened to it all the way through once a day, every day for three weeks. In the end, I fell in love with it. There's plenty of synth/electronic instrumentals-- ''Drunken Blue Rooster'', ''In and Out the Chakras We Go'', etc. There are many of Rundgren's best songs-- ''The Last Ride'', ''Don't You Ever Learn?'', etc. Unlike S/A?, this record explores all aspects of the Rundgren genius, even if some of it is unpalatable. It is supposed to be a sort of ''self-portrait'', after all. One cannot appreciate this album without investing time and deliberate effort. It is difficult but worth it.