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THOUGHTS

Zyma

 

Canterbury Scene

3.96 | 40 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Funny, that's it, feeling somewhat old and weary, like something that you know from your past, was long forgotten and is here now. Or at least that's impression it makes on me, as I wasn't there when this was released (my father was, therefore I can enjoy this one). Looks like Canterbury comes to Germany. Wild in heart, fast paced in rhythm, its calm and shady (like oasis is providing shade) atmosphere reminiscent those of for example Gryphon (We Got Time). It's from German, but members were either interested in Britain, or it's been some kind of parallel evolution. But not at all times, because in first moments with this album, I felt like listening Zeuhl music (choir style of singing), also this type of drum&bass (it sounds terrible, it reminds this style of doom that's popular today, but this style is actually based on strong bass and prominent drumming).

Well, it's also nice funk music (again, just something).

4(-), oh yeah.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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