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Rick Wakeman


Symphonic Prog

2.50 | 14 ratings

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The follow up to "Wakeman and Wakeman" album. It has more variety than its predecessor, and Adam Wakeman again joins in to play fun songs, rocking songs, serious songs (like the touching 'Dream The World Away') and father+son jamming time!. While the rocking and fast-paced opening track is very good, the rest of the album for me can't keep up with the same quality as the title track except for the energetic 'Dylic' (with synth solos crashing with orchestra hits), and the highly melodic 'Children of Chernobyl' piece.

My Grade : D+

Zitro | 2/5 |


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