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THE ALLEGORY OF LIGHT

Syzygy

 

Crossover Prog

3.87 | 66 ratings

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artimuscomehome
4 stars Syzygy, the band reformed from Witsend, delivers a catchy, intelligent, and interesting mostly-instrumental record. This album is ideal to any fan of The Flower Kings, Gentle Giant, The Moody Blues, and Van Der Graff Generator. It is difficult to put a finger on exactly what trhey sound like, though they are somewhere between Gentle Giant, ELP and Jethro Tull, providing a few classical guitar/folk songs. The first song, M.O.T.H., highlights the band's lyrical and musical talent. The instrumentals are high-quality, catchy, and showcase Carl Baldassarre's extraordinory guitar talent. If you buy this record, expect to be amazed, drawn before the feet of 20 minute songs and the work of a true musical giant.
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