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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

3.97 | 223 ratings

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When I knew Mostly Autumn, I was kind of shoked, the first thing I listened from them was the album "Passengers" and it sounds really good for me, but after listening that beautiful album, "The last Bright Light" came to my hands, I listened to it, and I still can believe what I have heard.

The style of the band is not a "simple folk", its celt flok prog style, with lots of arrangements, and two magnificent voices from Bryan Josh and the incredible Heather Findlay.

This album is for me, the best of the band, and one of the bests of this decade. Its incredible what they do, some songs as "We Come And We Go", "The Dark Before The Daw", "The last Bright light" and the rest of the album are really amazing!

But, the REAL MASTERPIECE of the album, the masterpiece between masterpieces is the song "Shrinking Violet". Its really emotional, beautiful, the first time I listened to it, it generates an incredible emotion.

This album is a Masterpiece, Essential to everyone who loves prog music, celt music, or just good music.

Nash | 5/5 |


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