This is early 70s soft pop for AM radio with soft touches of early Hall & Oates and when it stretches confidently to turn it up, some dashes of Badfinger. Both albums, Touch and Room To Grow, a similar in style and complete guilty pleasures for many. Be forwarned, the label`s completely inaccurate and woefully brief description of this album says this: `With sounds influenced by The Beatles, Queen, Mark Bolan and Roy Wood`. Could not be further from the truth - I don`t think they bothered to listen to the records they reissued. There is one song on "Room To Grow" that that description fits but the rest of both albums are ones that fans of The Hudson Brothers and the aforementioned Hall & Oates are going to take some meaty bites into, thankfully.
All that said, both albums feature plenty of really solid, enjoyable sounds that are time-stamped for the years they were released, "oom"(1973) and "Touch"(1974) - very happy to see these make the light of day, finally!
Song #1 - mp3
Song #2 - mp3
Song #3 - mp3