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Rick Miller


Crossover Prog

3.55 | 21 ratings

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3 stars Canadian composer and musician Rick MILLER started his recording career back in the early eighties, initially exploring music of a more new age-oriented nature. As his skills grew and talent developed his artistic needs grew with them, and just after the millennium he started crafting and eventually releasing music of a more sophisticated nature, inspired by the works of artists like The Moody Blues and Pink Floyd. Self-released at the time of their initial respective creations, most of Miller's back catalogue was picked up and reissued by MALS Records in 2010, "The End of Days" from 2006 both among those.

Late 70's Pink Floyd is a sticker that should be attached to Rick Miller's 2006 production "The End of All Days". His highly melodic, harmonic and pleasant take on that sound is one that will intrigue quite a few of the people who are of the opinion that "The Dark Side of the Moon" is the best album ever made. Miller's excursion into this realm of expression isn't as detailed or sophisticated, but he's a caretaker of the good melody and the pleasant atmosphere of this style this time around. A good album, and probably one that will be regarded as outstanding by those with a strong fascination for a dream-laden approach to this general sound.

Windhawk | 3/5 |


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