An extremeley consistent blend of heavy metal style, power-trio hard rock, and some boogie blues driven hard rock, featuring some good wah-wah guitar. This is a great party album, leading one to believe they must have been a truly excellent live act. They were from Ohio.(By Tymeshifter)
Nice hard rockin' release. If you like Wildfire, Tin House and early BTO you will dig this! There's even some British influence (John's Tune, Saga Of Yeti) here.(From RYM)
Heavy hard Southern tinged rock from circa 1972. Killer cuts like "Water Song" and "Song of Yeti"..This is a killer throughout and unknown heretofore. Sounds great and cool cover completes package....
Sounds like a mix of Bolder Damn and Allman Brothers, with maybe a little Feather Da Gamba. Lost music from a lost time. 'Water Song,' 'Right On.' New." "The mystery and music of The Prodigal Sons continues to thrill and mesmerize listeners to this day. Who are they? Where are they? The answers my friend lay in the vault of the Void. One thing is for certain... they know how to play kickass rock 'n' roll early '70s style before all the head bangin' mumbo jumbo. Listen on, as many have already... to the power and the glory that is and was... The Prodigal Sons as they Emerge From The Void."
01 Water Song
02 Right On
03 Lightning Strikes Twice
05 Two Thousand Miles
06 Movin' On
07 John's Tune
08 Saga of Yeti
09 Goin' Home