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TO KEEP FROM CRYING

Comus

 

Prog Folk

2.75 | 74 ratings

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greenback
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4 stars This is very good progressive folk music. Well, there are lots of acoustic instruments involved: acoustic guitars, bassoon, saxophone and tons of xylophone among others. The tracks are quite loaded, and the main attraction is this highly pitched childish & fragile female lead vocals: one can easily fall under its charm: very addictive indeed! There are not tons of keyboards, but they are at the right place at the right time. The bass is definitely not timid. There are couples of psychedelic parts which IMO remove some worthiness to this record, but compared to their "First utterance" album, this record is quite more down to earth and less strange. It may sometimes sound a bit like the Mike Oldfield of the 70's, or even Sally Oldfield.
greenback | 4/5 |

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