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End Of My Life = LP, White Splatter = (LP)
1971's "The End of My Life" found Sex expanded to a quartet with the addition of sax/woodwind player Pierre "Pedro" Ouellette. Produced by Joey Gallmi, the album marked a distinctive change in the band's sound. Largely abandoning the debut's blues-rock direction, this time out tracks like 'Born to Love' and '' found them trying to find a niche somewhere between progressive and jazz-rock genres. I'm probably reading way too much into it, but the set seemed to have been put together as a concept piece - the plotline seemingly having something to do with following a man's love life from birth ('I'm Starting My Life Today') through STD-related death ('Syphilissia' - remember this was recorded in a pre-AIDS age). Hard to accurately describe, but imagine a bunch of sex addicted French Canadian musicians who suddenly decided they wanted to join the Canterbury progressive movement ... The results were actually better than that description would have you believe.
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Type: LP
Recorded: 1971
Release Date: 2015-10-05
Label: 111 Records
Country: Euro
Item No: 111-09
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Track List
01 Born To Love
02 I´m Starting My Life Today
03 Emotions
04 Pleasure
05 See
06 Syphilissia
07 The End Of My Life
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