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Symphonic Prog

3.53 | 26 ratings

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3 stars Nice underground progressive rock group from USA that plays a very nice style similar to early Yes and Genesis (musical arrangements, drumming and guitar playing with a folky edge), Finch (the instrumentals are fairly complex with guitar jams and great frenetic drumming and bass work) and Kansas when the guitars add a crunch and heaviness to them. This is mid-American prog with an overall British folk feel. Warm music with complexity. The vocals are also very nice. The singer has a warm voice sounding like a late 60's folk singer more than a prog/rock singer but it really adds to the music not detracts. If you have a huge list of prog albums in your collection and you are looking for another nice addition to it, or are hungry for more classic 70's prog in the Yes/Kansas mode, get this album. You won't be disappointed. You may even be glad you did! 3 3/4 stars!
dalt99 | 3/5 |


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