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Colosseum - Daughter of Time CD (album) cover




Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.69 | 173 ratings

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5 stars In 1970, Colosseum introduced their seond masterpiece (as I see it) to the world titled under the name "Daughter Of Time". Brining Chris Farlowe as Colosseum's new vocalist was major change in the vibe, with Farlowe's strong vocals chords and wide dynamic use of tone Colosseum never sounded so powerful and strong, I do believe with this album they've topped their legendary "Valentine Suite. Daughter Of Time incorporates more classical music and jumpy jazz music than the previous album especially at the first parts of the songs.

With songs like "Three Score And Ten, Amen", "Time Lament" arousing the hearing senses with beautiful and massive sounds that enthrall your mind! the dazzaling instrumental "Bring Out YOur Dead", unbelievably strong "Theme For and Imaginary Western"! but forget about it every song is just top excellence!

With Colosseum's swift and brilliant musicianship, topped by incredible harmony and melody along with the incredible connection between the new vocalist and the rest of the band there is much to explorer in this album for any progressive rock fan.

9.5/10 but here it's definitely a 5!

Verwuestung | 5/5 |


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