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THE SANE DAY

Beardfish

 

Eclectic Prog

4.00 | 171 ratings

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Sander
5 stars This is an album I like very much. Also because I've seen them live at the Boerderij in Zoetermeer (Holland) last month, together with the Swedish bands Ritual and the Tangent. The album grows and grows every time I hear it. There is so much to hear. From Zappa to Camel, from Gentle Giant to Echolyn, from Yes to ELP. But although there are many seventies influences, it sounds not dated. It's fresh and wonderfully put together. The bass-player is super on stage, he moves very nice and plays with much joy. On stage it is good to see how Rikard Sj÷blom switches the diverse instruments he plays and he plays them all very good. And his singing is also very strong, he switches very easy from the diverse sorts of singing, especially in the Zappa-alike numbers. Go and see them live if they are in your neighborhood. I hope we will hear much more of them the next years. Go and hear also their other albums.
Sander | 5/5 |

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