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Corvus Stone - Corvus Stone Unscrewed CD (album) cover

CORVUS STONE UNSCREWED

Corvus Stone

 

Crossover Prog

4.01 | 205 ratings

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mohaveman
4 stars Listened to on Progstreaming.

After many listens, it is time to review this fun album. Like it's 2 predecessors, UNSCREWED packs a heap of music within it's confines. 13 tracks. Some new some reworkings, remixes, and rewhatevers make for an enjoyable listening experience. I am a sucker for bands that are not afraid to rework some of their previous material instead of considering it sacrosanct. Heck, Blue Oyster Cult improved some of their classic songs like ASTRONOMY and I ate them up with a spoon. Like prevous albums, this is an eclectic mix of jazz, rock, prog, folkie, .....you name it. The band is tight and sounds like they are truly enjoying themselves, and the sound mastering is great. No instruments are lost in the mix. I don't like to do track by track reviews but I will say I especially enjoy "Brand new Day", "Early Morning Calls" and "Lost and Found Revisited". I can't say it tickles my musical fancy as much as Corvus Stone II, but it's close. Easy 4 and a half stars. Congratulations Colin, Pasi, Robert, Petri, and a shout-out to Sonia Mota for another amazing cover. Cheers.

mohaveman | 4/5 |

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