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Days Between Stations


Eclectic Prog

3.69 | 40 ratings

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3 stars DBS is releasing its third album at the end of the year with more accomplished, more complex and a little less unstructured titles than its predecessors. The titles have a good taste of the seventies, there is an obvious jazzy side to certain pieces, others are more in the form of "radio-edit" titles if the radio could still spend a little musical creation, that's another story . Confirmed artists like Billy Sherwood come to set the rhythm of dinosaurs like YES; Durga McBroom just gave her voice more sensitivity on "Witness the End of the World" and I had stopped on this album too to listen to the still young voice of Colin Molding on "Goes by Gravity"! It's done, it's beautiful, but it still remains on the same Yessian tone of the 70's with a fruity and variegated progressive rock quite difficult to access; you have to land several times to dive into their crazy and extroverted world and not hesitate to go through their musical drawers to go far, very far. A more successful album but with the same creative blood as their predecessors.
alainPP | 3/5 |


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