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THE OLD MAN & THE SEA

The Old Man & The Sea

 

Crossover Prog

3.71 | 31 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars I intended to give five star only to those, which caught me instantly (like Scenes From a Memory), or offered me great deal of music when I understaned them (like Goldbluff). I like absolutely everything on this record. But most prominent of them all is keyboard. And vocals. Music is good in general and instruments are just wonderful. I'm afraid I can't rate lyrics so much, because I wasn't listening. Just flying away in a great prog airplane. This "Princess" track reminds me another rock band, much more famous one (name of the song is Lady, I forgot the band. Could it be Uriah Heep?). This is probably my least favourite. I want also mention the last track. Great ending.

OK, second five star today. First one was The Dear Hunter (we understand each other, righ ?)

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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