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AMMERLAND

Schicke Fuhrs & Frohling

 

Symphonic Prog

3.65 | 33 ratings

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maryes
3 stars In this first albun without the drummer Eduard Schicke , the German couple Gerd Führs / keyboards & Heinz Fröhling / guitars presents a quite interesting work, based (in most of their 8 tracks) for the contrast among the classic guitar (with nylon strings) and the synthesizer, the one that does remember in some moments the albums from Italian guitarist' RICARDO ZAPPA (that also in the most of their music uses a classic guitar), associated the new age music in the molds of KITARO. That relationship is only broken in the two final tracks of the disk in that the twelve-strings guitar, takes the place of the classic guitar in the track 7 "Every Lands Tells Story" and in the track 8 "Ammernoon", where they appear in a "sovereign" way the keyboards. The result is a "meditative" symphonic-prog almost that a music of relaxation. The disk presents very beautiful melodies and although it is not a masterpiece is a very good work . My rate is 3,5 stars!!!
maryes | 3/5 |

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