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Renaissance - A Song for All Seasons CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.66 | 336 ratings

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3 stars A Song for All Seasons is fantastic and not unlike the previous albums in the Renaissance catalog. It seems that most fans have decided that this album is of lesser quality for some reason. I honestly don't understand why, because this album still follows the folky and classical influenced composition structrures and beautiful vocals that have graced the previous albums. This album does seem to sound more symphonic and playful. One thing that is noticeable immediately are the shorter track lengths, but that doesn't at all affect the quality of the music. Because of the stronger symphonic qualities of this album, everything seems to flow together best as one large piece rather than individual songs, but it doesn't really make a huge difference at all. If nothing, the title track is especially worth checking out.

Highly recommended for fans of folky symphonic prog with a heavy symphonic feel.

colorofmoney91 | 3/5 |


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