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A Triggering Myth


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.52 | 16 ratings

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Tonny Larz
5 stars For those of you, who are looking (listening) for something entirely different in progmusic. Look no further... "A Triggering Myth" .. are here!!! WHO are they? Well, they are a very capable duo - Rick Eddy: Keyboards/Guitars/percussion/words. Tim Drumheller: Keyboards / percussion / production - who´s music streams through the speakers like a synthetic mass most likely to remind you of GENTLE GIANT (without words) and a slow version of OZRIC TENTACLES. This is by far .. the most energic spaceprog music you´ll ever hear... one minute you hear GG... the next.. ELP... interrupted by the spacier side of Floyd and ... some VDGG slightly..... in all, this is quite an exorbitant experience!! As i put this record on... and listened carefully... I was absolutely amazed... with the sheer originality of the thing (album)... these guys are here to stay!!! Ive never heard anything like it (an ive been around.. the progmusic circuit for a long time)... ohhh an by the way... their music also contains some folk (TULL) inspired theme´s. All i can say is: THIS IS WITHOUT DOUBT A MUST HAVE !!! !Any sane prog collector.... CANT DO without this!!! There are some guest musicians.... on this record.... and you know... it only makesit stronger..... i cant say this enogh... G E T T H I S R E C O R D !!!! Sooner the better!!
Tonny Larz | 5/5 |


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