Mandalaband - Mandalaband II - The Eye of Wendor: Prophecies CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.30 | 34 ratings

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Tonny Larz
4 stars This album comes with a "guest star list" that is above and beyond believe!!! As it counts 42 musicians (and thats without the choir of "London chorale") Whooaahh...still it is a remarkable piece of work in the world of prog music!! Imagine...Beatles/10 cc/Barclay James Harvest/Moody blues...to name but a few. for those are the musically(Beatles in inspiration only) involved. This is a record...with all the grandeur of the aforementioned!!! Slightly more polished than the first album..this outing is more of a pop/prog thing than the first album!! Still, this album is a real pop/prog gem in its own right! Dunno about you...but i love this one!!! Whats that?? You havent got it/dont know it?? Let me repeat the involved musicians/singers...... Maddy prior (Steeleye Span) Justin Hayward (Moody blues) Eric Stewart (10 cc) these guys are the vocal deal. The musicians: 10 cc/Sad cafe/Barclay James Harvest...amongst others!! Hey ..i know all the names dont mean S... but this album is a beautiful outing! Mind you, not as beautiful as the first album !! Still a fabulous prog/pop album!! Get the first one..then this!!! Mandalaband.....beautiful thing!! Only 4 stars ??? Yes....the first one´s that star better!! You better believe it!!

Tonny Larz | 4/5 |


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