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Nad Sylvan


Crossover Prog

3.86 | 156 ratings

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5 stars I first discovered Nad on the Agents of Mercy albums which I very much enjoyed. While Nad's previous solo album "Courting the Widow" was a very good album I was quite surprised on how good the "The Bride Said No" was. 1. The musicians on the new album is absolutely top notch. Just enjoying Guthrie Govan, Roine Stolt, Jonas Reingold, Tony Levin, Steve Hacket .... playing together on this album is such a rare pleasure to enjoy. 2. The songs are more solid and feels like an show on the theatre, or a great movie where you don't know how things are going to end. It's exiting, unexpected and just great. 3. It doesn't follow any rules, it's a little 70's a little 00's and all the between. It's a story, it's a journey. It's absolutely an album I will listen frequently to for many years. 4. The sound is absolutely great, listening to all those guitars, drums, bass, mellotrons, sing harmonies. The entire album feels more together and solid. 5. Nad Sylvan is an amazing singer full of dynamic. He's also a great painter in his song writing. 6. The only things I would turn down is a few of the synthesizers which is sometimes a little to much 80's and a bit to bright.

I wish more albums would be more like this.


Jakerlund | 5/5 |


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