In 1972 Wishbone Ash struck gold with their third album Argus, which helped propel the band to superstar status. A potent blend of folk, progressive rock, and classical, Argus was a truly original album that saw the band at their commercial and creative peak. Argus contained epic, often medieval, themes, brilliant vocal harmonizing, instrumental precision, and arguably the best song writing of Wishbone Ash’s career. Over time Argus has came to be regarded as THE quintessential Wishbone Ash album, the one that best realized the group’s complex vision. This critical review of the album, featuring rare live performances, interviews with band members Andy Powell and Martin Turner, and analysis from a leading team of rock journalists and critics.
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