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Canterbury Scene

3.78 | 253 ratings

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5 stars Yup Essential: a masterpiece of progressive music!

This is a damn sweet album, an amazing mix of Jazz, avantgard, classical and symphonic prog rock. While Growing my, I will be Absorbed and The song of McGuillicudie the Pusillanimous (or don't worry James, your socks are hanging in the coal cellar with Thomas) are the 3 normal prog songs with vocals and stuff the rest are organ driven classical stuff and some very nice avant garde everything played by the organ mastermind Dave Stewart and its simply amazing, im very surpirsed by the low rating this fantastic album got for me this is one of the best Canterbury albums a real classic. I love the sound, i gues this is my favorite type of prog i have found right here. This fabulus band only made 3 album 3 classic prog gems that must be in your collection. Yes they are hard to find but very very whort it if you can. Simply amazing! This is prog with soul, it yust dont get any beter then this, atleast not for me.

My remastered edition got 2 suberb bonus tracks: seven is a jolly good time and You are all princes, 2 song that sound liek they culd have or shuld have been prog hits very chatchy and nice.

Zargus | 5/5 |


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