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Prog Folk

4.13 | 453 ratings

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4 stars This is one of the greatest prog folk albums, I garuntee you. It ranks up there with Thick as a Brick. I would concider it above Aqualung, easily, as well. With a wide array of instruments, a concept so original that it hurts, and great songwriting tagged with emotion, talent and technical skill, this is without a doubt a mini-masterpiece. I was instantly in love with 'Opening Move' and its great piano line, 'Lament' and its soothing guitar and keyboards. Perhaps its flaw lies in tracks 2 and 4, where things become a little transparent and liquid, or tedious and dreary, or repeatative and redundant. Regardless, 'tis a great album overall.
Shakespeare | 4/5 |


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