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BunChakeze - Whose Dream? CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

3.78 | 133 ratings

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5 stars The instrumentals are well put together in this album with complex compositions in sophisticated instrumentation with the time changes (e.g. odd time signatures) and superior vocals, nice conceptual ideas/ heightened and lyrical content. The vocals remind me a bit of Peter Gabriel especially during early Genisis. One could play this album continuously the whole day, every time sounding different whilst listening discovering new notes and sounds, fantastic really! Every individual track is different and in their own right very good, although considering it's crossover progressive music its appealing for the wider audience thus well liked by both prog and none prog listeners.

Flight of the Phoenix ? Truly heartfelt Magical voice and instrumentals, stunning! The instrumentals , lyrics and vocals all infuse well together. This song lifts you up and takes one to another place. The guitar intro in the middle with an Al DiMeola influence is fantastic.

The Deal ? Complex exciting track of the album, great instrumentals infused magically with lead and backup singers. Initial part reminds one of Welcome to the Machine from Pink Floyd however still original in its own right.

The song Midnight Skies is the masterpiece of the album. The instrumentals are composed in perfect harmony, the lyrics well written and meaningful. I am listening to it over and over again can't stop! It feels kind of Pink Floyd meets Led Zeppelin together in one - Stairway To Heaven (except Midnight Skies is more exceptional compared that referred track).

Kati | 5/5 |


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