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A CURIOUS FEELING

Tony Banks

 

Crossover Prog

3.35 | 140 ratings

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Guillermo
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4 stars Tony Banks`s best solo album. The sound of the Electric Piano dominates this album. There are backing keyboards and 12 string guitars which make "atmospheres" and "paintings" to the songs. The lead singer is good. I don`t know why some people says that Kim Beacon is a bad singer. Chester Thompson, as always, plays very good drums, giving power to the songs with great technique, and playing in the background when the song`s mood needs it. He is one of the best session drummers that I have heard. This album is one of those albums that I like to listen from start to finish. The electric piano and the keyboards in this album are similar to songs from Genesis`s albums of the same period, like "Heathaze" from "Duke" and "Evidence of Autumn" from "Three Sides Live" (it was a B-side for one single of "Duke").These songs for Genesis are similar in sound as the songs in "A Curious Feeling". This is one of the best solo albums of Genesis┤ members and former members that I have listened to.
Guillermo | 4/5 |

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