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Hatfield And The North


Canterbury Scene

4.26 | 739 ratings

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4 stars This is the typical Canterbury album, if someone whuld ask me what is this whole canterbury music thing is all about i whuld recomend him to lisen to this album. But then again maby its not that strange since most of the Musicians on this one are some of the best from other canterbury bands. The sound is very jazzy sometimes long solos but never flashy in the ELP style, always pretty soft and nice and lyrics about drinking tea and washing clothes and stuff like that. The album is still pretty complex and hard to get into you realy have to pay atention on this one, its all so very fun and unserius. Its hard to go in and talk about the song since its hard to know when one end and next begin its all is pasted toghter very well a solo leads in to the next song and then some vocals and so on. If you like the Cnterbury sound as i said earlier this is a recomended album if you have no idea i whuld say its a good palce to start but will take some time to get into, the last 2 song's "Let's Eat (Real Soon) & Fitter Stoke Has a Bath" are probobly the most accecible ones on the album sounds like they culd have made great singles very catchy tunes. Well its a great album not a masterpeice but an excellent addition to any prog music collection and the cover artwork is very nice too.
Zargus | 4/5 |


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