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AMAROK

Amarok

 

Crossover Prog

3.65 | 21 ratings

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Katsuhisa
5 stars If you like David Gilmour, this is a MUST.

One of my prog wonders (by the way, I have 20 or so) is why AMAROK from Poland is rarely mentioned by prog fans although there are millions of David Gilmour fans in the world and the band is of the same type of music. Well, maybe that's because of the band name which is a bit confusing with Amarok from Spain.

This album is almost seamless like Mike Oldfield's as they refer to, but do not misunderstand that their music is by far more emotional and melodic. Listen to track #2 "Fieldmour II", and you will be amazed how melodic the guitar is. And you will be also surprised at the fact that basically all the instruments are played by one person except drums. He is genious !

Today, you have to set sail to Polish prog world if you want to find real prog music successors.

This album is obviously Classic, so 5 points with confidence.

Katsuhisa | 5/5 |

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