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FADED LEAVES

La Tulipe Noire

 

Neo-Prog

3.49 | 37 ratings

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loserboy
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4 stars For those who have read my previous reviews will clearly remember my attraction to this surprisingly all-inspiring neo-prog band from Greece whose second album captivated my ears. With "Faded Leaves" (their 3rd album), La TULIPE NOIRE pick up right where they left off delivering an album not far off "Shattered Image". "Faded Leaves" resonates with a calm charm throughout and contains some great songs. Once again lead singer Ima is back with her emotive vocals and theatrical style. Typical of La TULIPE NOIRE, musically songs build as you move thru with a very tight rhythm section (drums - Nick Kassavetis and bass - Hyde) , fine atmospheric keyboard (Alix) and some great David GILMOUR'ish guitar solos (S. Kontakis). Their songs are highly emotive and really give the listener that melancholy feeling. Without a question fans of PENDRAGON, IQ and MARILLION will likely love this band. Another winning album !
loserboy | 4/5 |

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