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A SALTY DOG

Procol Harum

 

Crossover Prog

3.53 | 177 ratings

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harrold the barrel
5 stars I've been a fan of progressive music for the better part of 5 years now, embracing a wide range of genres. So to see this album getting such poor reviews astounds me! It may not be technical prog, but the emotion which is emitted throughout is superb to say the least. Also I won't go into it, but I feel the opposite of many here I guess, because this is without a doubt a concept album. Maybe very loosely put together, but it doesn't take much to put this album together as a story! 1. Salty Dog +10/10 2. The Milk of Human Kindness 10/10 3. Too Much Between Us 10/10 4. The Devil Came from Kansas 9/10 5. Boredom -9/10 6. Juicy John Pink 7/10 7. Wreck of the Hesperus +10/10 8. All this and More 10/10 9. Crucifiction Lane +9/10 10. Pilgrims Progress +10/10 I recommend this to any new fan of prog who would like a better background on the birth of progressive rock. I can't think of another song other then this albums self titled, which has such an epic sound, mood and lyrics, and comes in at under 5 min's in length. P.S. if you only like prog from the 90's through to the present, then skip it. Otherwise it's a must! %94.6 lol
harrold the barrel | 5/5 |

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