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3.78 | 142 ratings

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4 stars Well, I don't listen krautrock so much like other prog, but this album ... it can't be so bad at all. When I heard good rhythm and flute (which sounds like it's flying away to another world) in 'Radagacuca' , I was decided for writing review after long time of keeping silence. I am still listening, still thinking about it, still keeping every tone in my ears ...

'One Morning' is quite shorter, but more unified than first track. Here's nice piano, it really strokes my soul. Once upon a time I played the piano ...

'Watchin' You' has simple and short, but good guitar solo, I enjoyed it. Vocals are quite mad, I don't like an idea they're watching me in some dangerous, dark street.

'Like a Place in the Sun' ... this is reason, that's why I don't wanna give 5*... it's not bad, but there's sometimes more speaking than singing, this song is quite annoying for me.

'Feel the Wind Blow' , it really reminds me a wind. Slow, dreamy music ... that's my way, go on, go on ...

'Coc'o Mary' ... it's not about me (heh, really not), but it sounds like me, like my opinions, my nature ... here's hypnotic drums ... and crazy flute, again. I know, Ian Anderson plays it better, but this sounds good, too. And unidentified instrument for me, like a xylophone, probably it was synth. Never mind, my hearing is failing.

Songs are sometimes full of unexpected twists. From silence to simply noise and back. That's not my cup of tea, but I feel good. Psychedelic shadow is more than evident.

Good 4*, I advise it for long nights, when you can't sleep and counting sheep is boring for you.

Colourful | 4/5 |


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