Talk:Light as a Feather
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- Done. DavidCooke 01:20, 17 July 2007 (UTC)
Terribly written paragraph that should be removed
"The second and last album by the first line-up of Return to Forever was recorded in the same year eight months later."
Last album as in one before this? Is the last album different from the second? Same year as what? Eight months later from when?
"The style of the music remains mostly the same though vocal tracks have now a bit larger role than on the first album."
Same as what? What style? What does "a bit larger role" mean?
"This album has equal classic status among the listeners of electric jazz music as the first album."
"Equal... as" is not good grammar. Also, says who?
"(under which most of later Return to Forever albums are released)"
Not correct grammar.
"though this has not led in any essential change in sound."
Not correct grammar. Also, says who? Change from what?
"To point out some minor changes"
I thought there weren't changes in sound?
"it is notable that this time Stanley Clarke plays only an acoustic bass."
Says who? Why is that notable?
"Since the debut album was not released in the USA before 1975, this was the first Return to Forever album for many listeners."
What about non-American listeners? What does "many" mean? Says who? If it wasn't released before 1975, when was it released? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 20:46, 21 June 2013 (UTC)