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THREE PARTS TO MY SOUL

Dr. Z

 

Heavy Prog

4.02 | 42 ratings

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kingdhansak
4 stars One of these lost classics from the early seventies. Originals would now set you back 400+ should you chance on a copy. Maybe not worth that price tack, but thats what the re-issues are there for!

Definately one of the most unique sounding prog albums of the 70's. Whilst the Keyboard- Bass-Drum format can be fairly common in this era, this band mainly uses the harpsicord, an instrument only used as an occasional feature for many others. Doomy and almost menacing atmospheres are created on top of a tribal sounding rhythm section. The interplay between these musicians sound almost sloppy at times, but the fact that the compositions are so individual, makes up for this.

Kind of a concept album, the lyrics deal with human soul, birth, life, death. Really unsure how seriously the band were taking themselves as in my opinion it can get rather of-the- wall.

I recommend this album purely on the basis that you will not have heard anything like it before.

kingdhansak | 4/5 |

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