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FOUR MOMENTS

Sebastian Hardie

 

Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 93 ratings

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sinslice
5 stars Mellotron and guitar dominate.

Without any doubt, Four Moments is the transcendent work of Millo and company, including any work that its members have participated, together or separately.

The title track to the album, with its four sections, is one of the classic epic that contains all the ingredients necessary: symphonic, variety and musical passion. An essential work.

Rosanna is a delicate piece, more intimate. The Millo skills as a guitarist are displayed, as in Openings. It consolidates the power of band to perform with balance, strength and melody. The only shortcoming I find in it, and the album itself is its length. It gets a bit repetitive in their main guitar lines.

Obvious references to Camel, and some Focus too. However, the compositions are distinctive and interesting, and memorable perfomance.

4,5 stars.

sinslice | 5/5 |

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