Azimuth - Azimuth

Monday 1st April 1996
Azimuth - Azimuth

RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
LABEL: Disire 1264
FORMAT: Cassette Album

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

No, your eyes do not deceive you. Azimuth, who for four years were a favourite on the festival circuit, are no more but this "thank you and goodbye to our fans" item, recorded last summer just before Mowf went off to join Eden Burning and the other guys called it a day, is available in a bargain priced CD. All the band's strengths - their belching guitar and bass riffs and tongue-in-cheek vocals are there while numbers like "Groovy Armadillo" will wet the eye of many a CCM nostalgist. A fun band with a serious spiritual message, the Azimuths somehow brought a wide range of influences into an infectious cocktail and we can but hope they'll do what they promise and do a reunion gig or two sometime. In the meantime fans will want this enjoyable momento.

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