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CONCERT CLASSICS VOL. 4

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Eclectic Prog

3.75 | 36 ratings

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Marty McFly
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Errors and Omissions Team
4 stars My first experience with this interesting band and I have to say, I was expecting a lot, after all these words I've heard (bad side of this "boasting", flattering and admiring stuff), but (clap- clap), I've received it. I was right about it. Maybe the correct procedure should be to listen studio albums first, but order of some things you just can't change.

Music here is progressive, that's for sure. It's something new, even they were just few years before Asia (you know, one same member, similar bands) and when you put these bands on contrast it's breathtaking. It's like doing things right and wrong, even they're the same people. To have one project for being progressive and second just for money in AOR way (actually it can also be Arena Oriented Rock). But these things aren't true here.

Quality of sound is better average, I would be happiest in case that I wouldn't find out that it's live version, but never mind it, there are more important things to value. Performance for example is one of these responsible. These gentlemen are doing their best. But there are things I don't agree with. Like some strange melodies, don't fitting me to overall symphonic composition. But after all, it's not so bad. Just am not enjoying it so much for masterpiecy rating.

4(+),

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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