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Crossover Prog

3.38 | 87 ratings

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5 stars This is undoubtedly one of the most noble and dedicated efforts from the burgeoning prog scene of the early 1970s. Aadrvark is a band that I return to again and again, a staple of the progressive music that originally transformed me into a dedicated fan of prog. The soaring, endless organ lines compelled my infant ear, coaxing me to accept and understand what the word 'progressive' actually means. Given, Aadvark could be discarded as an early 70s 60's influenced group, but their self-titled debut is also is a terribly immediate and driving work. The band take organ work to a very impressive height (Aadrvark are the direct contributers to my own obsession with the Hammond organ), exploring boundaries that are quite dynamic for early 1970. I must give this band the full five stars out of my enduring love, my slavish devotion to their wonderful and perfect and lone EP, and my affection for their earnest musicianship.
Lozlan | 5/5 |


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