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Roz Vitalis



3.83 | 93 ratings

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Naida Regent
4 stars Gather harvest from fertile cornfield! Let do flutes and trumpets sound! The album suggests just these ideas. On the cornfields of progressive rock - so far - there is an abundance of both yield gathered from past harvests and new richly ear-forming implantations. There are comparisons with both Steven Wilson and Van Der Graaf Generator, but, if they would be Slavic tribes and meet bright Yarilo-sunrise. The first part of the album - including 5th track - reflects it with all moods of joys and sorrows in days of old. Starting with 6th composition Christian outlook prevails over. Thinking about the meaning of life - listen to track 10 - is the very explicit validation of it. The brief description of songs according to their mood: Track 1: urge towards the cognizance of the world. Track 2: rest from vain world. Track 3: pure psychedelia. Tracks 4-6: medieval epos. Track 7: Renaissance era. Track 8: thoughtful Russian field. Tracks 9-11: the conclusion is that you have cognized the world nevertheless - to the ingratiating sounds of hearts of every instrument sounding here. It is not enough nevertheless. To be continued...
Naida Regent | 4/5 |


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