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Eclectic Prog

3.85 | 20 ratings

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4 stars The second release by Tanger but their first on Viajero contains an altogether more accessible sound.The young flute player Damian Lois excels , and has a style not disimilar to Ian Anderson, but to my ears more similar to S.Dundon of the magnificient folk prog UK band Molly Bloom.. However , Tanger are not similar to Tull or Molly Bloom and bear little comparison to Crimson as is often stated. The sound is unique but owes something to free jazz in parts. Some parts of this CD particularly the more blues inspired tracks remind of Triode.The best tracks on the CD are the more melodic ones such as the wonderful title track featuring bass playing which reminds of Eberhard Weber.This is an enjoyable CD with great playing , but the compositions sometimes appear to need further development.Nonetheless recommended for those who like music which heavily features the flute such as Ergo Sum and Grovjobb
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