Gary Wright's Extraction (studio album) by Gary Wright
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The best album by Gary Wright is The Dream Weaver which is ranked number 30168 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 25.
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Gary's first solo album after leaving Spooky Tooth. Spooky Tooth was alongside Hendrix and Led Zeppelin, doing late '60s hard rock that was an important root of heavy metal. Extraction is a little softer and with inspirational messages, though still much heavier than Gary's third solo album, his commercial breakthrough, The Dream Weaver. He wrote all the songs on Extraction, two of them with his American session guitarist Hugh McCracken. I think the singing and playing is excellent. Gary plays keyboard as well as he sings and he's said that he listened to blues singers e.g Bobby "Blue" Bland, which is noticable in his voice. I think both he and his ex-Spooky Tooth, co-lead singer, Englishman Mike Harrison, have/had distinctive, recognizable voices. So I'd say the album is a mix of hard, pre-metal rock, blues, soul, funk, gospel, maybe a little country.
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