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Symphonic Prog

3.90 | 251 ratings

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Rafael In Rio
4 stars Very good taste progressive music, in fact, some passages are similar to yes, and the vocals are quite similar to Jon Anderson, but in my opinion these are the few influences I realize here, nothing of Camel or Genesis. Three first songs are very beautiful symphonic prog, its more heavenly than aggressive, with astonishing melodies and time changes, all of them have vocals, in this case, in Swedish, some times sounding nice but hard listening and hard fitting. Next two instrumental songs are clearly traditional folk songs transformed in rock, the result is only ok. Se Var Morgon Gre as you may know, is an excellent song. Folorad in Stambul is another instrumental strange funny song and the last song is the best of the record in terms of progressive, its more complex and psychedelic. A very good taste album, very very beautiful and atmospheric, with touches of classic music, and demands a time to get used to.
Rafael In Rio | 4/5 |


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