Peter Hammill - The Silent Corner And The Empty Stage CD (album) cover


Peter Hammill


Eclectic Prog

4.36 | 607 ratings

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Diego I
5 stars 3rd Delivery of the England born thin man, the music, a fusion between classical and modern, electric sounds created from synths and turn with acoustic, delayed and bizar guitars. This Silenet Cornes... it´s a kind of a different album, not for anyone who hits his first chords from "Modern" a tune that begins with acoustic guitar and change forming to create a mortar sound, frenetic, intense, fallen as they were arming themselves, Hammill music revolves around the feelings of being; ears from an existential and nihilistic ... Love, sadness, depression, madness and a little bit of light and hope. Musical structures are very complex, a bit away from what he did with Van Der Graff, a sound more melodic, acoustic and classic ...
Diego I | 5/5 |


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