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REFUGEE

Refugee

 

Symphonic Prog

4.15 | 236 ratings

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WFV
4 stars 4.5 stars. Only the cover art is a turnoff for me as we find the Nice with Patrick Moraz in for Keith Emerson. He makes the keyboards his b word and elevates good material to great heights, especially with the effective Grand Canyon Suite epic. Lee Jackson does his best with the vocals, I can hear why he'd be give or take with a lot of listeners. He adds color to the songs for me and really performs admirably - on Credo he sounds like a cross between Peter Gabriel and Arthur Brown.

I'd call this a second tier minor masterpiece that all prog fans should hear at one time or another and it doesn't surprise me this is essential prog listening for some

WFV | 4/5 |

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