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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

2.81 | 38 ratings

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2 stars Albums of covers are, in my opinion, of dubious value even when executed well. I can see the merit in them when they reinterpret the songs. But on this, like DREAM THEATER's lamentable 'Dark Side of the Moon' live effort, the songs we all know and love are played mostly note for note.

I'll admit to getting a buzz from singing and playing along to my favourite songs. I'm sure the members of MOSTLY AUTUMN got a great buzz from this effort. But listening to them having fun playing FLOYD does nothing for me. They bring nothing extra to the table, their live sound is inevitably inferior to both the FLOYD studio and live sound (PF have far greater resources at their disposal), and it detracts from an appreciation of MOSTLY AUTUMN's original music.

It's better than the DREAM THEATER effort, I'll give it that. But still a waste of plastic. If it is your ambition to own everything FLOYD-related, here's another you must get. But you won't like it.

russellk | 2/5 |


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