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GLORY OF THE INNER FORCE

Finch

 

Symphonic Prog

4.17 | 117 ratings

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4 stars Not well-known (or underestimated) but highly impressive album, isn't it?

Finch was a typical rock outfit, formed of a guitarist, a bassist, a drummer, and a keyboardist. However, they could have a different musical flavour from another one. A bit different. I guess they should not play much seriously or not be hard-liners, but play naturally and be happy to play. As a liquid diet, their sound we can taste, digest and absorb easily and can get enough nutrition of high quality. The type of music style they have might be different from another one.

From start to finish, all tracks are already flexible and comfortable for us listeners. Rhythmical keyboard sounds are fantastic...basically, I always feel in this album, other sharp-edged instruments - guitar, bass, drum & percussions - are slightly behind the keyboard. No, sorry, but all have gentle sounds and can product strictly the superb song. Well at any rate all players hear to be pleasant.

At the last part of A Bridge To Alice, acoustic guitar sounds can always tremble us amazingly. Even only this song listening is my pleasure, really...

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |

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