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VOYAGERS

Steve Howe

 

Crossover Prog

2.35 | 13 ratings

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Sachis
3 stars The collaboration between Steve Howe and Paul Sutin resulted in an album very closed to the concept of New Age music. I guess it wasn't a bad idea at all for SH to explore such musical ideas. His guitar talent is not at all to ignore in playing acoustic latin-shaded parts. There is only one rhythmic track-Fantasia for Fin-a little bit different to the others. The rest of songs are only for relaxation and meditation (I would say staying on a luxury boat or and watching the blue horizons...titles of songs are indeed referring to the ocean in his splendour). The mixture of piano, keyboards and acoustic and non-acoustic guitars is good, but generally speaking, the album is not brilliant. I dare to say it's one of the multitude of albums in the New Age long list. Like all the others voyagers,you can dream about your freedom and taste the sweet eternity into the ocean light!
Sachis | 3/5 |

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