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GOOD TO SEE YOU

Vangelis

 

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3.13 | 4 ratings

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Matti
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3 stars When a CD single contains only an album track and an edited version of it, it is rather useless really. I'll be quick this time. The City (1990) is not among Vangelis's very finest post-70's albums, but those who like also the poppier side of his instrumental synth-based music, such as the preceding album Direct (1988), will find The City enjoyable. With its urban themes and a cinematic atmosphere, it has some similarities to the wonderful Blade Runner soundtrack too.

'Good to See You' is a delightful piece with a laid-back groove and a sensual soundscape, and the girl talking on a phone is an interesting extra detail. For the composition itself I could give four stars (as I have given to The City), but for the reasons above that would be too generous for this single.

Matti | 3/5 |

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