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Antony Kalugin


Symphonic Prog

4.06 | 144 ratings

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5 stars Whilst all of our lives had been thrown into the darkness and the in word was "lockdown" The accomplished Antony Kaulgin was busy as usual creating new music but now on his own isolated like the rest of mankind a music opus that without fear of overstatement redefines the genre progressive rock.

Antonys music first came to my attention when he kindly send me "The Water " I fell in love straight away with his melodies and now some 20 years later here is the solo follow up and still it is melodies that capture the heart strings.

I have been fortunate enough to work closely with him on every release since Continium in 2005 he has been on one hell of a hot streak musically and has always threatened to create a musical monster like this.

At just over 40 minutes the two suites dovetail beautifully on this instrumental masterpiece. There are no words the story is totally the music.

Following its creation from the very first demo recording I have become totally hooked on it and now may seek professional help to allow me to move on musically from it.

As stated it truly redefines the term progressive rock I fully understand how silly that comment may sound but I promise you having listened performed and written our music genre from its 1960s birth this is up there with the very best albums I can recall.

So come on out of the darkness of 2020 dear friends and into the light once again your ears will not believe what they hear. Will



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