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FRUIT TREE

Jeremy

 

Crossover Prog

1.00 | 2 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
1 stars Fruits from a desert.

Jeremy (see interview) has released a lot of albums. Far more than included in ProgArchives. His brand of music is new age and meditation music, with an occasional venture into rock and fusion.

Fruit Tree though is Jeremy at his piano and nothing else than that. It is him hitting the tangents in a pedestrian fashion for over forty minutes. In my case; four times forty minutes I cannot claim back from God although I have filed a complaint for loss of valuable time.

Hence, I am not happy.

I am totally OK with a man playing a piano on his own. But there needs to be some melodies here. Jeremy tries his best at creating something worthwhile here and I am sure this album is selling well (maybe because of the excellent art work). But he is failing. Miserably ! There is no melodies and no creative value on this album at all. His fingers hits the tangents, but nothing comes of it. I cannot find anything here of any value. But if forty minutes of pedestrian piano playing is something for you; you are welcome to this album. I on the other hand is having a serious consumer based conversation with God about the wasted time I have spent on this album. I want a full refund in about 20 years time.

1 star

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |

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