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FOR ALL WE SHARED

Mostly Autumn

 

Prog Folk

3.50 | 96 ratings

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The Crow
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2 stars I have to say that I'm dissapointed with this album. Mostly Autumn is a band that I was long time desiring to hear, and a few weeks I bought their debut album... But I didn't find nothing special here... Some songs are like a mixture of Marillion/Pink Floyd (Heroes Never Die, The Night Sky...) and some others (Folklore, Boundless Ocean...) sound me like almost a copy of the fantastic celtic rock Celtas Cortos, from Spain, but very much worse, without the instrument virtuosity and without the great composition of the spainish group. The main difference is that Celtas Cortos made at the 80's end very much better than this band in 1998... I like the originality, something that this band lacks. The musicians aren't band, but I have to say that Bryan Josh he is simply a bad singer, he sounds like a bad copy of Steve Hogarth. Heather Findlay she isn't bad, but some duets with Brian doesn't sound very good... Maybe songs like Heroes Never Die, Boundless Ocean and The Night Sky worth the listening, but the whole disc it's nothing special... Only for completionists in my opinion. If you like folk rock, I'd suggest you to listen Celtas Cortos. They are the best!!! And I think that Mostly Autumn they have heard them very closely before making this album...
The Crow | 2/5 |

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