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THE GENTLE ART OF FIRE WALKING

Dark Aether Project

 

Eclectic Prog

2.98 | 5 ratings

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Dan Bobrowski
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3 stars A well structured album, with alternating instrumental/vocal tracks, that has a strong 80's King Crimson influence. The Chapman Stick work of Adam Levin is reminicient of Tony Levin (are they related?). The instrumental tracks stand out with intricate patterns, shift time signatures and intense soloing. The guitarist, John McCloskey, uses power and subtlety in his approach, taking charge but not overstepping the other musicians. Jennifer Huff's voice is good and will get better with a few more releases. She has a breathless tone, soft and sweet.

Like Crimson? Love Dark Aether Project.

Dan Bobrowski | 3/5 |

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