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Morpheus Project


Crossover Prog

4.27 | 19 ratings

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4 stars World music? This is it!!! Born in Sri Lanka, raised in Ireland and living in NYC, Mustafa Khetty is a "world man". And this is a great album, where you can found very different musical "colors". Khetty writes the music and gets a huge "gang" of musicians to play it: the Morpheus Project. Songs sometimes sound Indian and then look like Latin-American, most of the time using western instruments. Many times this reminds me of Peter Gabriel's last albums (not the songs, but the sound). Every song is definitely unique and at the same time has an identifying character of the album as a whole. "Istambul Swing" sounds like taken from a Carlos Santana album. "Tomorrow Never Comes" begins really Arabian, then turns to a heavy rock sound and when voice enters (after five minutes) it changes to a light atmosphere. ""Cry for Freedom" is the quintessential symphonic rock. This is really a Mozaic. A great starting point!!!
chiang | 4/5 |


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