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Symphonic Prog

3.01 | 49 ratings

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3 stars Flyte is a belgian progressive rock band band who beggin their adventure rather to late in this bussines when prog music is almost in decline, but with all that they manage to come with a single album released in 1979 named Dawn dancer, re issue by Musea in 1994 on CD. An enjoyble album to me, something between Machiavel and traces of Genesis here and there in their most symphonic moments. The album as a whole is a good one, not something special, some parts are kind art rock with prog influences, and some of them are realy great, like instrumental Grace, smooth arrangements, great guitar who interludes perfectly with the mellotron. Another good piece is the opening track Woman, I like the guitar very much how manage to create some special hormonies. I might add that the instrumental passages are all great, only in some parts the voice drag the album to be so unjoyble in places. So, to me a good album, that is maybe at some point to low rated, as I said not something special but not a bad album for sure, I know worst albums then this Dawn dancer. 3 stars as a whole.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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