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Skywhale - The World at Minds End CD (album) cover




Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.60 | 21 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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3 stars SKYWHALE were a seven piece band out of the UK and they released their sole album back in 1977 called "The World At Mind's End". The album is dedicated to Paul Todd who played soprano sax, flute and penny whistle on here.

The highlight for me in listening to this album is the drumming for sure. I honestly don't like the sound of the music here much of the time. So much going on and it just doesn't sound right to me. The music just sounds like a mess to my ears. And it's mostly fast paced and constantly changing which I know a lot of people like but they just can't sit still. We get soprano and tenor sax, violin, guitar-synths, guitar, piano, flute, bass and drums. I just feel like this music wears me out, not something I looked forward to spinning I'll say that. 3 stars is all I got.

Mellotron Storm | 3/5 |


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