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MORNING WAY

Trader Horne

 

Prog Folk

3.63 | 17 ratings

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Concentration Moon
4 stars This album is a delightful album that will please any fans of Fairport Convention, Trees, and other prog folk albums from the late 60's and early 70's. Like many prog folk albums of the time, Morning Way is filled with male and female vocals, soft strings and percussion, and a variety of soothing wind instruments.

"Children of Oare", the second track of the album, stood out to me. The male and female vocals blend very nicely in particular in this song. The short wind solos are played well. The background sound of waves also has a nice touch near the end of the track. The ending is also a very nice xylophone-type solo.

The entire album flows right along, each track complementing the previous one. Each song sounds as though it is from a very long time ago, as many in the genre sound. If you wish to listen to less common mellow folk, Morning Way by Trader Horne is an excellent suggestion.

Concentration Moon | 4/5 |

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