Whitney “Light Upon The Lake”

One has to admire Whitney’s timing.  The Chicago group’s first album, Light Upon The Lake, has arrived just in time to become one of the top records for good times this summer.

It’s hard not to be put into a good mood while listening to the riffs in “The Falls” and the melody of “Golden Days.”  The album as a whole is very lighthearted, with happy-go-lucky riffs and some expertly crafted pop gems that brim with early ‘70s soft-rock goodness.  It’s also remarkably focused, and it conjures up just the right kind of atmosphere for those days when you have a perfectly sunny patch of grass to sit on.

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