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Roz Vitalis



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Naida Regent
5 stars I hear a voice from a beautiful Canterbury far-away... It plunged me into memories of seemingly unlike each other things - 1) of course, the bands of "Canterbury periods", and 2) music of the Soviet time - for films, tales, etc. Now then - it would seem evident - Russia and England are similar in spontaneously natural musical feeling. This is even so. I hope that this experience will not be lost, and we will hear its numerous incarnations further - everywhere. The album abounds in "natural", that is, sounds-of-nature-imitating instruments. There are not only classical "multi-orchestral" opuses, but also sounds of raindrops, knock of twigs on roof, and other spontaneously planetary sonorities. As well as we can hear typical for this group "entries" into the other countries, for example, Japan (tracks 3 and 4), England (tracks 7 - 9), Spain, etc. And that is good! Requests - I would like to hear more depth and precision of each instrument's sound. In all other respects, Patience of Hope (my nickname Naida almost implies Hope in Russian) has been satisfied. I rate 5, first of all, for "primary nature" of the stuff.
Naida Regent | 5/5 |


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