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Canterbury Scene

3.34 | 20 ratings

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3 stars This album is the last full album as the result for them. The music character that they were doing and the idea might be gradually advanced from the part that can be listened in an initial work attended with development and absorption.

The music character to accompany the age appears remarkably in this album. However, the music character that they originally had and the sensibility change shape and are expressed by this album. As for it, the part where the idea and the sensibility of Daniel Schell of the leader of this band were reflected as a result might have worked.

Part where flavor of opera was added with civil war of Spain as theme. Or, it is partial of the song expressed by using various languages. Pascale Son that was another face of this band has already left the band. United flavors have been approved by the album for them as a clear concept album.

Part of original melody and sensibility united with their initial works. The influence of Zao and Magma and the influences , for example, the music of Canterbury might be gradually absorbed to their music characters and develop an original route.

The original music character that they had done had existence as Cos enough at this time. However, their sense of accomplishments might have had the flavor that had already enchanted the listener as a result by the album of this fifth piece. The music characters of men who always changed shape with the work and had offered it to the listener might have had shape to finish the activity almost by this album. They absorbed a variety of music characters and had already had an original music character. It was at first to the formation of them. And, they kept always evolving to the attainment to the content of this album.

Kazuhiro | 3/5 |


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