Willowglass - Book Of Hours CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 77 ratings

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4 stars The Höstsonaten fans won't be disappointed. Why do I mention this Italian band? Because Willowglass is very close to their universe: a subtle, romantic, symphonic music with gorgeous vintage keyboards. All mellotron, minimoog, Hammond lovers will enjoy this opus. This is the second album by this English talented artist/multi-instrumentalist who lives in Yorkshire, Andrew Marshall: he composes and plays everything except the drums (Dave Brightman) and I can tell you this is really good music with a welcome pastoral touch. Only instrumental, this record is never boring. A gorgeous production (private doesn't mean poor any more) including a nice cover evoking Don Quixote. More mature than the first studio effort, this is 50' of pure bliss highly recommended to all vintage keyboards and sympho prog fans!
Thierry | 4/5 |


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