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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

4.14 | 129 ratings

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5 stars I read somewhere previously that Mostly Autumn was the best band that nobody ever heard of. Here in the States, I would most certainly agree to that statement. In recent years I myself have purchased most of their catalog from 2010 starting with "Dressed in Voices" in 2014 while also obtaining the compilation set "Passing the Clock". This band is the total definition of Processive rock! In my 60 years of listening to great music, this is one of the few bands that have totally "blown me away" taking me on a different level. They have now been added to my list that includes Genesis, Kansas, Rush and Yes as "THE ULTIMATE" in music! Between Bryan Josh's genius (and others) and Oliva Sparneen's vocals, this particular album is unsurpassed. With use of a wide variety of sounds, including a "Ghost Rider In the Sky" guitar and Scottish Bag Pipes on the same track, this album is definitely their Magnum Opus. I could go on and on about this album but I'll just sum it up by saying unbelievable! It's a "must" for all prog rock connoisseurs. I so wish this band would come to the Northeast States as part of their next tour. This is the only band left on my "bucket list" to see live.
badgeradk | 5/5 |


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