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Harmonium - Si On Avait Besoin D'Une Cinquième Saison CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

4.35 | 1193 ratings

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5 stars This has to be one best discoveries I've made on this website so far. I was clicking around through the top 100 looking for new music. Something I hadn't really heard before that would open up whole new worlds of musical possibilities. And oh boy did this album deliver. There are no drums on this album which I know could be a set back for some, but what it lacks in percussion it makes for ten fold with some of the most marvelous compositions I've ever heard. The first song, Vert, has some interesting moments that introduce the style of music you are about to experience perfectly. It's actually my least favorite track on the album but still excellent in it's own way. After that we move onto Dixie, which is a whimsical folk song, great for car rides on a beautiful day or just relaxing at home with the windows open, a cool breeze, and tall glass of ice cold water. After that things start getting a little bit darker but the transition isn't too sudden as to cause discomfort to the listener. From here it gets hard to describe with words the emotional experience one goes on... I'll just say I came out the other side feeling refreshed and inspired. Enjoy.
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