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STILL THE WATERS

Epignosis

 

Symphonic Prog

3.32 | 55 ratings

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KeriAnne123
5 stars Still the Waters is the debut album by Epignosis (bet you didn't know that!). Anyway, it has loads of different instruments but is mostly acoustic based. If you like organ and guitar, this is probably the album for you. The first track has mostly acoustic guitar and some gentle singing. Up next is "A Pearl in a Field," which is also mostly acoustic but has an amazing guitar solo at the end. "Move" is a song he played acoustic in our church once, and has some powerful, biblical lyrics. "An Everlasting Kingdom" is when things get much more complicated, with different sections and lots of various instruments that might sound weird at first (especially the keyboard sounds). The last song is really long, but is pretty much focused on keyboards and has a complex structure. The guitar soloing is probably the best thing about the album, even though it isn't that complicated.
KeriAnne123 | 5/5 |

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