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Seven Reizh


Symphonic Prog

4.18 | 71 ratings

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5 stars This surprise purchase in 2001 still remains on my top 5 list and will probably stay there for a very long time . An hour and a quarter of pure bliss, brilliant sound, amazing production, beautiful instrumentation and a memorable aftertaste than lingers on and on. This is almost medicine. A proggier take on the fabled Breton-Celtic tradition of Malicorne, Alan Stivell and Kad , these spirited musicians have focused on creating a modern, progressive adventure with breathtaking vocals in Gaelic, supported by the tightest arrangements ever. We are far from the folkier world of Enya, Clannad or Iona. Claude Mignon , in particular, shines on keys and unleashes some sizzling e-guitar leads throughout. Most if not all of my fellow reviewers have also correctly rated this very highly and any progfan worthy of his devotion deserves hunting this MASTERPIECE down and placing it into the CD player and venerate this musical voyage for the rest of their days. Not a weak second on this disc , even the silences are amazing. This Prog vet says: An absolute candidate for Prog immortality.

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tszirmay | 5/5 |


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