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Birds And Buildings


Eclectic Prog

4.24 | 359 ratings

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4 stars Wonderful first album for this group wich mixes together a great number of influences as King Crimson, Genesis, Yes and Gentle Giant, witha bit of jazzy atmospheres.

The first track is astonishing and when you listen entering vibraphone, saxophone, etc. is a pleasure for the ears. It has a great KC influence, even for the construction of the song, but has its power in the rhythm, which is taken from jazz-fusion ideas. Subsequently along the whole album we can listen to other important and pleasant influences, all mixed together to obtain a very interesting work.

All the musicians are in tune and the vocalism, male and female, is always catchy for your heart and mind.

Four stars, not less. But the fourth is for the encouragement to maintain this high level of performance!

To listen many times to enjoy in its complexity.

progpromoter | 4/5 |


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