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HERMIT OF MINK HOLLOW

Todd Rundgren

 

Crossover Prog

3.08 | 23 ratings

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Kazuhiro
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3 stars His activity after 1973 has been achieved in various shape pursuing the talent further. The plan of Solo in addition to the activity of Utopia appeared as a work without stagnation. "Faithful" in 1976 and "Ra" etc. of Utopia remarkably show his talent and evolution. It even does album "L" of Steve Hillage in produce and I will be able to hear belief in his work. The album of Rundgren till then was a challenge to his own music exactly, an experiment, and one attempt at the album. It related it to masterpieces such as "Something/Anything?" and "A Wizard,A True Star". Showing the talent as his musician is still recognized here for the listener as time of the representative of Rundgren on one the top. "Faithful" This album following also works over one's plan almost alone, it raises, and it is ..high-quality album.. finished as the work. It is likely to succeed as some flow if the settlement of the composition is considered. The concept till then and the composition of the tune are settled further and the famous piece of music etc. are included. A basic composition follows the current style and the tune increases the perfection further. His performance and the skill as a singer of the song are obviously established and advance further in the route with this album.
Kazuhiro | 3/5 |

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