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#10

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#10, firstly released in 1973, represented The Guess Who’s 10th album with lead singer/pianist Burton Cummings on the helm. Accurately, #10 was once more focused on Cummings’ voice and songs than the Guess Who albums that instantly preceded it. Whilst this caused some dissention in the band, the music on no account suffered. #10 is among The Guess Who’s more underrated albums, but features a in most cases strong and diverse set of songs, touching on country-rock (“Lie Down,” a revisit of Bachman-Cummings’ “Miss Frizzy”), prog (“Musicione”) and incisive, orchestrated balladry (the hit single “Glamour Boy,” presented here in both its original version and in a stripped-down, non-orchestrated mix as a bonus track). In-depth liner notes by Guess Who authority Ralph Chapman (Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage, Metal Evolution) draw on remark from Cummings, drummer Garry Peterson, guitarist Donnie McDougall, bassist Bill Wallace, and arranger Allan Macmillan. Remastered by Vic Anesini, #10 is the sixth release in Iconoclassic’s acclaimed Guess Who reissue series.