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EMTIDI

Emtidi

 

Prog Folk

2.61 | 11 ratings

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hdfisch
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2 stars Emptidi's debut album is containing mainly quite simple psychedelic folk and the dominant instrument used in most of the songs is acoustic guitar. First five songs are really not that much interesting for a Prog fan since they remind pretty much to Joan Baez and Bob Dylan. Let the joint go 'round is the first one sounding a bit different in the vein of early Jefferson Airplane. Yvonne's dream is a more quiet one sounding slightly strange. Brids on a graveyard is reminiscent to Hoelderlin in some way and quite nice. I'd say the best one so far together with the final Flute Piece which is the first one they're presenting other instruments like kazoo, bouzouki and very well played flute.

Their second album is supposed to be their better work providing some keyboards as well. I still have to try to find that one. Their debut is just a collector's item I would say and not of any interest for Prog fans.

hdfisch | 2/5 |

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