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3.94 | 64 ratings

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3 stars A pleasant Canterbury prog album from this German five piece band.

The music is pretty much in the fusion and jazz-rock vein. The music is not particular avant- garde. It is more playful melodic than avant-garde. The pretty good female vocals gives this album it's own identity. So does the use of violin too. The music can therefore been described as a blend of Canterbury type fusion and folk rock.

The quality is pretty good too. There is no outstanding tracks here. But both the sublime use of female vocal harmonies and the excellent instrumental work makes this a good album. There is no outstanding tracks here though and that is my main gripe with this album. But it is still a pleasant album.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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