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Prog Folk

3.03 | 7 ratings

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3 stars Tamalone is a dutch band from late '70's. Their music can be compared easely with Jethro Tull, both on voice and manner of interpretation. The album was released in july 1979 in only 500 copies, today is priceless item in everyone's collection, specially for those who enjoy progressive music with a touck of folk.The comparations with Jethro Tull is made because the voice of Cees van Aanholt is sometimes one on one with Ian Anderson both in his vocal sound and the way that he sings, but finaly a pleasent voice who fits very well in the atmosphere of the album. The instrumental passages are not brilliant but is made with honesty and are good, sometimes they remind me Songs from the wood era of Jethro Tull. The flute arrangemts are close to Jethro Tull but with less improvised elements. The best pieces are the titled track , Interpreter. So, my rate is 3 stars, that's mean a good album, and worth investigate if you listen to prog music. A forgotten bad of the late '70's prog movement
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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