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FROM DREAMING TO DREAMING

Farpoint

 

Prog Folk

3.31 | 8 ratings

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rjeffreyr
3 stars I guess that this is the first review on this site of this group. I lvery much liked this CD, it is not a masterpiece, but is very enjoyable. The music is more on the folk side of prog, and while very good, not very complicated either. Regardless, it is extremely enjoyable. The interplay between the vocals of Clark Boone and Diana Oxendine are lovely. For the most part, he does one song, then she does one, with some songs having an interplay between the two of them. He has somewhat of an off, gruff voice (on early listens was somewhat reminicent of the vocalist for Crash Test Dummies), and she has a beautiful voice. The rest of the musicians are quite good, with some very good keyboard and guitar work. Oxendine also has some nice flute overlays also. There is one masterpiece song on this, Sojurn, which is the longest song, and just a great, great song. In particular, the way Boone and Oxendine play off each other on the vocals is fabulous, and the song has a wondeful melody. Overall, the CD is very melodic. All the songs are good, but only Sojurn being a masterpiece. Overall I wood give the CD 3 3/4 stars. Its more than good, but not excellent.
rjeffreyr | 3/5 |

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