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POLYDACTYL

Ed Bernard

 

Symphonic Prog

3.60 | 19 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars 3.5 stars for sure

Ed Bernard, is a name that probably will not ring any bells when someone heared the name, but is one of the most talented multi instrumentalist in last almost a decade. Being member and founder of already well respected prog band Druckfarben, he released his first album in 2015 under his name. Polydactyl is the name of the release and from start to finish is a winner for sure. If he has to prove once more how great guitarist it is, then must check this one out, plus he has a pleasent voice. Also he has some guests here from famous canadian band FM, plus his mate from Druckfarmen Phil Naro on voice. The album beggining with strong instrumental piece named Symfoprogru, really awesome opning where Ed really shines. Derealization or Running are awesome aswell, like the rest of the pieces. A quite eclectic album, from symphonic parts, to little bit of jazzier moments , sometimes he doesn't get far away from Druckfarben sound, but all in all is more then ok release , that was a pleasent listning for me from first to last tune. 3.5 stars for sure, that is meaning good towards great in places. Worth to be investigated. A nice package aswell.

b_olariu | 3/5 |

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