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Blackmore's Night


Prog Folk

2.66 | 78 ratings

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2 stars So, after my disappointment with first Blacmore's Night album, I still had enough faith and bought the second one. Yes, you absolutely true, no surprises ...

To be honest, after I listened ( many ,many times) this, second,album, I realize, that Blackmore didn't joke an album ago. Yes, I just have another portion of medieval mostly acoustic ballads with very rare guitar solos and light voice of Candice somewhere near all that ... jazz.

Yes, I was to much disappointed to have any opinion about that music at all. Some time later I returned back to it, so no mistakes now.

You will have there the same music as in debut one, may be a bit more pop-arranged . In fact, for me it sounds as two-three nice simple children theatre play songs repeating again and again. First song even sounds attractive, second-good enough, after third you understand, that you are listening the same single in repeat regime. It isn't easy to listen the album till the end.

For folk maniacs only!

snobb | 2/5 |


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