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Steve Howe


Crossover Prog

3.54 | 52 ratings

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4 stars This is one of my favourite Steve Howe solo albums. It's completely acoustic and that's great! (Mood for a Day and The Clap are also acoustic, as we all know. By the way, Intersection Blues is a new rendition of The Clap here). Every song is so full of feeling and brilliant playing. But that's not an easy listening music, no! Some tunes are rather complex and it will take you some time to understand them. The best tracks are Provence, In the Course of the Day, Curls and Swirls, Pyramidology, and Winter (Vivladi), imo. The only disappointment for me was that the versions of Yes songs the most seemed rather uninteresting here... In general, it's a highly recommened album for all who like Steve Howe's music and acoustic guitar playing.
Yurkspb2 | 4/5 |


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