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PATIENCE OF HOPE

Roz Vitalis

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.86 | 51 ratings

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Devolvator
5 stars Alternatively, call this unusual opus "Unfading Hope". It just so happened that I was fortunate enough to start my reviews of Roz Vitalis with this album, dated 2012. It was a calm and great time to be creative, which was reflected in the recording of the album 'Patience of Hope'. Music full of hope. This is the first "large-scale" release of the ensemble, which has grown to 7 people, not counting the many guest musicians! The collective has grown a lot above itself and "creatively got stronger", which also affected the magnificent album cover created by one of the members of the collective. The album includes such tracks as "Mother of All Rain" which became the band's 'signature song' and a participant in all concerts in the following years. Furthermore, I want to mention 'To Stir up Your Pure Minds', which should be discussed in more detail. In it, the listener has a huge palette of acoustic instruments, from the harpsichord to the violin - beautifully woven into the canvas of the melody. An excellent instrumental for experiencing sublime mental states. And, of course, there is the magnificent 'Touching Upon the Mystery', an electric and progressive blend of this melancholic acoustic opus. It contains the entire palette of musical images and talents, both of each individual performer and the ensemble as a whole. The rest of the songs from the album, as it seemed to me, are excellent instrumental connecting links between the above-mentioned masterpieces. In general, we can conclude that this is not just the creative take-off of the group, but also a huge groundwork for years to come, from which the group will go higher and higher. In the meantime, you should just forget about the bad and drink, like a sip of fresh water, a wonderful musical particle of the gone 2012, as a useful and interesting artifact.
Devolvator | 5/5 |

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