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Crossover Prog

3.21 | 13 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars First album by talented multi-instrumentalist Aron Scharfegger is similar to his latest album "So Heaven Is Gone" in some aspects. There are influences by Pink Floyd (strong one, glad for this), and it's very nice when saxophone joins the show. Remember Dick Parry ? Even it's not as good as his performance, it's very good. Fits the mood perfectly.

Note that for better understanding, you should see my other review too, as there are many same elements used, even it's somehow different.

While White Cliffs reminds me dreamy guitar solo-ed Genesis song and in general sounds like 70's Prog stuff. On the other hand, we then returns to PF again with Heads Up.

Don't forget that it's not copying of style, these songs just sounds like something that could have been done by Pink Floyd and I'm using this band because it's well known and can explain how these songs sounds.

This album is more melodic than SHIG. I still wonder how Australia is connected because from conversation with Aron, I know that his country, his homeland influenced him too.

4(+), remarkably good album, quite surprise to find this as debut.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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