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Nicholas Greenwood


Canterbury Scene

3.63 | 54 ratings

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Beautiful Scarlet
3 stars Think not of Canterbury but of Crossover and straight up rock n roll if one track were to be done away with.

Track one opens nicely with piano then transitions to a non fuzz organ, organ solo. The final section is flute and some vocals that should please fans of Khan. It's a fine track, definitely the most memorable.

After this one gets rock music in the tradition of The Rolling Stones circa late sixties/seventies. There is some variety, piano ballads (Close The Doors) Realisation and Death builds up neatly for a good finish to the album. The lyrics are also pretty solid, very down to earth, no fantasy here.

Overall I think this is a fine album that would appeal to fans of Rock music more then one interested in the land between Jazz Fusion and Progressive Rock such as myself. Canterbury Sound Score 2/5

Beautiful Scarlet | 3/5 |


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