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Symphonic Prog

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4 stars As a 17 years teenage in the 70's , i would give all Renaissance releases between 1969 & 1978 , A 6 stars really , BUT , now i have to use another equation to review all these albums . There was no doubt that Renaissance gave a precious gift for the world of progressive in general , and each of their releases prove this point indeed . Today 2008 , while reviewing most of your opinion in progarchives , i simply couldn't push things into extreme ways . ( So WHY ) While listening to all their works , i always feel that something is really missing in there , to satisfy my hunger to real progressive . No doubt that Renaissance had one of the best bass player ( John Camp ) , and ( John Tout) on piano & keyboard , in addition to Terry Sullivan on guitars , not to mention Annie with her beautiful voice on all tracks , Still for me as a rocker i loved all this stuff & it was more than acceptable to satisfy my hunger to perfect good music , specially Symphonic , So , with the exception of Rajah Khan ( 5 stars ) and Kiev , Prologue ( 4.5 stars ) Acceptable progressive album rated as a 3.5 stars as a whole work . -- N.B = this review took place by using my mind not my heart in criticizing things . Tracks Toni
trackstoni | 4/5 |


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