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Anyone's Daughter


Symphonic Prog

3.27 | 96 ratings

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Tarcisio Moura
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3 stars Quite beautiful album, although the long spoken passages in german will surely be much more appealing to the ones that understand that language. This work was based on Hermman Hesseīs book of the same name and I can only imagine those spoken words are quotes from the same. Itīs quite different from their most famous CD Adonis and I have to agree that they seem more confortable with their native language and it fits well with their style of music. It is only a pity that it is such a short LP (37 minutes) and there is not much instrumental passages in a way of solos and virtuosity, bar two tracks, Der Baum and Der Doppelstern (very good ones!). Most of the music serves as a background music for the vocals and/or the spoken texts. It was a very odd record for 1981 indeed! Still, a quite pleasant one for the proghead. 3,5 stars.
Tarcisio Moura | 3/5 |


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