Counterpoints (Argent album)

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Counterpoints
Studio album by Argent
Released October 1975
Genre Progressive rock, jazz fusion
Length 38:12
Label RCA
Producer Chris White, Rod Argent, Tony Visconti
Argent chronology
Circus
(1975)
Counterpoints
(1975)
The Argent Anthology - A Collection of Greatest Hits
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Counterpoints is the seventh and final album released by British rock band Argent. This was the second studio album recorded without founding member Russ Ballard. John Verity stepped in to fill Ballard's shoes with the previous album Circus (at the recommendation of Ballard) after Verity's band supported Argent on tour 1974 tour. Phil Collins played drums and percussion while Robert Henrit was ill.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Rod Argent; except where indicated

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "On My Feet Again" 3:08
2. "I Can't Remember, But Yes" (instrumental) 3:11
3. "Time" (Jim Rodford) 7:20
4. "Waiting for the Yellow One" (John Grimaldi) 2:48
5. "It's Fallen Off" (instrumental; Grimaldi) 2:44
Side two
No. Title Length
6. "Be Strong" 4:14
7. "Rock and Roll Show" 4:04
8. "Butterfly" 3:02
9. "Road Back Home" 7:41

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