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Canterbury Scene

3.95 | 56 ratings

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5 stars Like others bands that compose the best of the Canterburian tradition, Zyma represent the bands from out of U.K. (like Cos, Supersister and Mr. Sirius) who makes a sound so imponent and unique, that has to be call of Canterburry scenne. In this album, the keyboard reminds some passages of Dave Stuart (While he play in Hatfield and the north), and with the drums and the bass, sound much like a jazzy prog, who aproches to the Canterburry, insted of theJazz/Rock Fusion. The vocals (male and female) reminds some passages of Renaissance (in the early years). The guitar did not apear with many enfasis, but his softness is all so amazing, and to complete this album, the violin and the flute make some nice passages wich reminds Gong (expresso II, Gazeuze and Shamal). So, i unterstand this album as a masterpiece of progressive music, and if you like of the Canterburry scenne, search for this album.
Henrock | 5/5 |


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