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TRINITY

Ekseption

 

Eclectic Prog

3.98 | 29 ratings

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Neurotarkus
3 stars Trinity is my only experience with Ekseption, and I was pretty pleased with it. The first track is Toccata, a very good classical cover piece, gotta love that organ. After that is the highlight, The Peruvian Flute. This song is an energetic, rollicking jazzy piece that uses the peruvian flute (surprise) to perfection with horns and Van Der Linden's keyboard work- very catchy too. Next is Dreams, not very interesting, a transitional interlude-type track at best. Smile is a nice little relaxing poppy tune that fits its name well. Lonely Chase is a three minute keyboard solo, not too interesting. Romance is a nice short tune that soon dives into a jazzy freakout, very nifty. Then comes Improvisation, the longest track here. This song uses that peruvian flute again, and also has a really, REALLY awesome bass solo. Meddle is a nice but not particularly stunning 1-minute track, followed by Flight of the Bumblebee, another classical cover, which came out nicely. And finally, Finale III is, well, a finale piece, well made. Overall Trinity is an album that has its moments, but for the most part is merely good, not excellent- three stars.
Neurotarkus | 3/5 |

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