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SLOW DANCE

Anthony Phillips

 

Symphonic Prog

4.18 | 122 ratings

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EMinkovitch
4 stars It is impossible not to like this album - especially if you like symphonic music, Vangelis, The Enid and suchlike. However it is not a typical Anthony Phillips album - there is more Classical music influence here than in his classics like The Geese And The Ghost, Wise After The Event, Private Parts & Pieces I and II. You'll find similarities to Glazunov and other Russian composers. There is a definite structure to the work and it abounds in gorgeous melodies and chord changes. It is extremely well arranged and performed and is similar to what Tony Banks did on "Seven". There is not much guitar on it though, and it cannot really be called rock, but overall, it's a joy to listen to.
EMinkovitch | 4/5 |

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