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A TRIGGERING MYTH

A Triggering Myth

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.51 | 13 ratings

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apps79
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4 stars Superb progressive/RIO/fusion duo,formed in 1990 in Richmond,USA by two multi-instrumentalists,Rick Eddy and Tim Drumheller.Both were much interested both in 70's progressive rock and improvisational jazz and after they met each other in 1989,they released their debit in 1990 as A TRIGGERING MYTH.This is an absolutely original and personal release with close leanings to RIO,electronic progressive and grandiose soundtrack music.Actually instruments like guitars (mainly) and bass are very sporadic used and their music is built around keyboards and piano.From the classical piano-style and the nice organ work to the grandiose synth/electronic orchestrations,you''ll find yourself being in another world listening to the charming atmosphere this duo can create.There are also numerous passages dominated by smooth flutes and leading trumpets and strings (where the RIO movement come in mind),making their sound ever richer and more beautiful.The final result of their first effort is an album close to the likes of contemporary classical music with tons of keyboards,electronics and an evident ''rock'' element.Highly recommended by my side,''A triggering myth'' is an overlooked gem of modern progressive rock's history.
apps79 | 4/5 |

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