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Abel Ganz



2.98 | 51 ratings

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3 stars Third release Dangers of strangers from 1988 and their best from first era, maybe because the album got a little more credit then usual because of Alan Reed aparition, invited as guest on vocals. This album is very keyboard orientated, more then previous one, but don't expect to be something a la ELP, is again a typical release for neo prog zone where guitar and keys do a major role. The voice of Palls , Alan Reed did a good job here, nothing really impressive or new in this genre, keeping in mind that we are in 1988, a decade when neo prog was at the peak, Abel Ganz didn;t manage aswell with this releasee like the previous one to catch the train to succes liek their country fellows Iq or Marillion who were light years ahead in popularity. Still avery pleasent albu this Dangers of strangers, as I said with some excellent kys arrangements like on The Dangers Of Strangers , dreamy kyboards combined with some very refined guitar works. An album good to listen if you like neo prog, nothing special, but enjoyble and very sincere band in the end, they play wahat they know best, without being to pretentios , but not easy listning also. Again a good album who desearves 3 star for sure.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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