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Wall, Alwyn (Band) - 1978 The Prize
Sadly 'The Prize' was the Alwyn Wall Band's only release but what an impressive work it is.

Wha-Koo - 1978 Berkshire
By my reckoning, this band should have been huge in the late 70's. A much loved band, they had an excellent line-up of players, some who came from noted acts, and some who went on to noted acts.

Who, The - 1978 Who Are You
The circumstances surrounding Keith Moon's final album with The Who have always tended to overshadow the album itself in my opinion, as it is one of the finest albums the band ever recorded.

Wireless - 1978 Positively Human, Relatively Sane
With the other two Wireless albums already reviewed, it's high time we look at the last remaining album in their three-part catalogue. It's their second effort from 1978, the cleverly titled 'Positively Human Relatively Sane'.

Wright, Gary - 1978 Touch And Gone
The intrepid 'Dream Weaver', Gary Wright has had a storied career with his band Spooky Tooth and as a solo artist. Like most of Wright's solo work 'Touch and Gone' is heavily electronic, using Moog, Oberheim and organ.

Wright, Lorna - 1978 Circle Of Love
Sister of everyone's favourite dream weaver Gary Wright; Lorna appeared as back-up singer on the majority of her brother's solo albums and tours and in 1978 released 'Circle Of Love' on Sir Elton John's Rocket Records.

Wright, Richard - 1978 Wet Dream
Richard Wright is/was the keyboardist for Pink Floyd. Recorded following their gargantuan 'Animals' tour, 'Wet Dream' has all the flavor of a Floyd album without the suffocating gloom.

Yellow Dog - 1978 Beware Of The Dog
Critic Martin Popoff called Yellow Dog '10cc crossed with California roots pop' and he wasn't that far off the mark.

Yesterday And Today - 1978 Struck Down
Here we address the second Yesterday And Today record 'Stuck Down', and one can only say that the album-title was a forewarning. It's an album I don't play often, but it does have its moments.

Young, John Paul - 1978 Love Is In The Air
By the time 'Love Is In The Air' was released in 1978, Young was already an Australian superstar rivaling only Sherbet in popularity in record sales and on concert stages.

Zauner, Stefan - 1978 Prism And Views
For a glimpse of symphonic pop/rock as it was back in 1978, then it doesn't get any better than this. Highly recommended!

Zon - 1978 Astral Projector
This is the debut album by the much loved Canadian outfit Zon. Described to me previously as a 'fairies and wizards' band, this was an obvious humorous jest at their pompous and overblown sound.
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