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4.22 | 119 ratings

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4 stars I must confess, progressive rock music ( from the ancient Yugoslavia) definitely isn't my speciality ! The only good album that I can remember from this country is KORNELYANS: "Not an Ordinary Life" ! Although, this INDEXI "Modra Rijeka" is other very good album I could knew some time ago .They are very different , while the first as jazz-prog oriented album, the second is a few more flexible in style. In the first track as only a narration. The music really starts in second track ". Blago " whit some broken beats and a detached distorted bass guitar and a breath organ solo. The track 3 'Brod" the acoustic guitar gives the tune followed by a good vocal, melotron... a electric guitar sounding in "legato\' ( in fact this guitar seems to be mixed with the melotron in certain moments. The track 4 "More" ( one of best tracks in the album ) show some interesting moments, as in the case of acoustic guitar "intermission" followed by a breath "ascendant" electric guitar theme and a piano solo... at this moment the music reach their "'pice' with a "crying" electric guitar accompany by tubbullar bells/hammond-organ like a "bridge" to retake the main theme of track . The track 6 "Slovo O Covjeku" is a beautiful ballad whit a twelve-string guitar making the rhythm. I don't extend my review because the whole disk if it's not a masterpiece is really very good. My rate is 4 stars !!!
maryes | 4/5 |


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