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Prog Folk

3.79 | 94 ratings

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The Lost Chord
5 stars 9.5/10 Incredible

Trees first album is such an incredibly pleasent experience it is hard to stomach the extreme lack of people that have heard this stuff! There a a few moments are here that are such uplifting, incredible moments that you want to share them with the world. "Snails Lament" is by far my favorite track for this reason, so I say; PLEASE listen to this track and experience the blissful guitar work reminiscent of the proggish days of Fleetwood Mac (Bare Trees, Future Games)...guitar work I rarely ever hear in music, and go crazy over when I actually do. Hard to explain it, it is a "sound" that just kills me. Anyway!...this album has great music all around, whether you like the traditional folkish tunes (She Moves Through The Fair) or the incredible originality some bands managed (The Garden of Jane Delawney)...everything here is perfectly done, with their version of "She Moves..." to be my absolute favorite version as well. Celia Humphris has a wonderful and very powerful voice, so subtle it will give you chills at times out of nowhere. Incredible music all around, and a sleightly better album than their great follow up. All fantastic music, great sound, perfect folk rock here. Thank you Trees!

The Lost Chord | 5/5 |


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