Audience - The House on the Hill CD (album) cover




Eclectic Prog

3.88 | 78 ratings

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4 stars Generally regarded as their magnum, and I agree. The great voice of Howard Werth always reminds me Roger Chapman and falls under the cathegory of great and truly unique voices, like Peter Gabriel. By no means a 100% progressive band, Audience are one of those groups capable of making memorable tunes with a light but tasteful prog approach and a voice of their own. "I had a dream" is a beautiful ballad, while the lenghty "House on the hill" and "Jackdaw" show their more complex side, even with a jazzy flavour here and there. Excellent offering from a band that should have deserved more attention than what they eventually had.
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