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Flamborough Head



3.56 | 43 ratings

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5 stars I start my review asking for permission by another member of Progarchives Forum, babbus61 (review posted in October 17, 2007 ) to make mine his words.The -FLAMBOROUGH HEAD- " Tales Of Imperfection" albun bring to us a perfect combination of the Old and New School of Symphonic Prog. Although the influences of Camel, Genesis and others great bands of the progressive scenery of the 70's stay clear as soon the music begins, the musical landscape create cannot be called of mellancolic and cheap copy to the bands mentioned above. The sound is very captivate and in spite of the absence of instrumental moments of great virtuosity, in a several moments lead the audience to excitement, probably due to the themes chaining. Deserves a stand out the female vocals from Margriet Boomsma , very strong and extremely tuned, but the other musicians are also very creative and qualify. I consider this albun almost perfect and my rate is 5 stars !!!
maryes | 5/5 |


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