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Stone Angel


Prog Folk

3.59 | 12 ratings

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4 stars Another lost band from the acid folk era of the progressive rock period. They are truly acid. This band used to be Midwinter. The songs are all quiet with many interesting instruments. The lyrics are all stories from their native birth place in east Anglia. The opener "The bells of Dunwich" is a beautiful song that set the atmosphere. "The Skater" move in the same shoes as its former. The third song is a melody from old times. "Traveler's song" is a typical acid folk - a bit faster than before. "Black sailed Traders" has a great melody. "Stone Angel" is a brilliant piece. It is quiet and speedy at the same time. A real acid. Galliard has a taste of king's music from old times. "The gay Goshwak" is again fast paced with female vocals. It's the longest song - a little more than 7 minutes."Black dog" is beautiful combining female and male vocals."Holy Rood of Bromholm" is a great song to end the journey. All in all, it has a unique atmosphere almost impossible to find. A bit of Incredible string band, a bit of slow Comus, and a lot of Stone Angel .
progshachar | 4/5 |


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