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Sleepy Sun


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.06 | 4 ratings

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3 stars A fairly solid album, but I must say the psychedelic/space rock title to be a bit of a misnomer- the overall sound is more "prog-related", or possibly prog folk. Rather bluesy throughout, with creamy guitar drone and harmonica solos, and folky vocals from both male and female voices. The vocals are actually a small gripe: while they emote effectively, it would be more pleasing with slightly stronger chops. This is not the kind of album I usually listen to; it is not a mesmerizing musical journey through twists and turns of melody and rhythm, with breathtaking solos and riffs. It is simply an indie blues-rock set that makes for good easy listening for a few songs if that's what you're into. Some tracks are stronger than others (Open Eyes has a strong rock groove feel and good instrumentals, and Freedom Line has an unusually groovy base line), but overall song style rather similar. 3.5 stars.
00ubermensch | 3/5 |


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