David Sancious - Forest of Feelings CD (album) cover


David Sancious


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.16 | 20 ratings

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4 stars David Sancious' Forest of Feelings is an interesting look at what would happen if you took a fusion band and you parachuted into their midst a showboating keyboardist of the Keith Emerson school - the sort of guy who likes to spend a lot of time playing noodly, over-busy interpretations of classical music and old standards. I tend to find this sort of prog highly hit- and-miss - I find Emerson Lake and Palmer's quality control to be hugely variable, and I thought Beggar's Opera improved a lot on their second album where they moved away from this style of symphonic rock - but here I find Sancious does a credible job of keeping my interest and having a bit more to say than "Look! It's a classical standard, but on a MOOOOOOOG!"
Warthur | 4/5 |


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