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Mr. Brown


Prog Folk

3.06 | 21 ratings

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3 stars Mr. Brown comes from Sweden ...

What I know there is existing only one album from this band. Hard to believe and it would be very interesting to be informed about what the band members did afterwards. MR. BROWN combines several styles like folk, psych and symphonic and therefore is hard to categorize. The music is creative, composed and played very professional right down to the last detail but could be a little more edgy IMO. Undeniable, they are Influenced by other bands of this period. Guitars are acoustic in the majority but also dreamy electric, we have very symphonic keys around and the vocals are in english and native swedish.

Suicide has a nice melody and some similarities to PINK FLOYD, very relaxed with saxophon and acoustic/electric guitar. Recall The Future is a highlight of the eight songs. Typical for this album with permanent changes between rocking and mellow parts. This song remembers much at BO HANSSON. Universe is also to point out, a short and very nice song with wonderful vocals. SUPERTRAMP couldn't make it better. With the semi-acoustic I'll arise the album closes and MR. BROWN shows his singer/songwriter qualities. One of those songs which are not really spectacular to me.

As for a summary this album is consisting of very nice Prog (light) songs - 3.5 stars are well deserved.

Rivertree | 3/5 |


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