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Ergo Sum


Prog Folk

3.55 | 10 ratings

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5 stars I recently got to hear this CD. Its not often that I am really moved by a release, but the discovery of this bands music has been one of the highlights of the year. They have managed to produce a unique and eclectic progressive sound. If you like your flute in prog rock , then this band is a must.There are many seemingly diverse influences within this release .....a hint of Ian Anderson in the flute dynamics ( but the music is not similar to Tull). I think it is closer to Solaris in style but without the synths. The guitar player is great , his heavy style complementing this fine instrumental CD. One track even reminds me of the rhythm section from Crimson ( the Starleess and Bible Black era ) All in all this is a magnificient CD and is highly recommended to people who appreciate bands like Solaris , Tull and Grovjobb
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