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Pär Lindh Project


Symphonic Prog

4.08 | 86 ratings

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3 stars If 'Gothic Impressions' was Par Lindh's ''Brain Salad Surgery for the nineties'' then this album would be his stab at ''Close To The Edge for The Nineties''.3 tracks (one very long one coming in at 27 minutes) this marks a serious development of style for the band.Many of the collabarators for 'Gothic Impressions' are no longer around as Par Lindh decided to create a band that could go out on the road and play live.Also Magdelena Hagberg takes over the vocal duties so allowing Par Lindh to concentrate on what he does best -playing keyboards.I'm actually a little bit undecided though just how good this record is.In effect it is really a debut album as the earlier Gothic Impressions was a collaborative effort.Here it is a band finding it's feet.Not a perfect album by any means it has a tendency to ramble too much with Par Lindh's Emerson and Wakeman's influences maybe just getting the better of him,but it is still a decent effort.For that reason I will give it a 3star rating and ''approach with caution'' stamped underneath.Will be enjoyed mostly by Emerson and Wakeman fans .Others should go to 'Gothic Impressions' or the later 'Veni,Vidi,Vici' album if checking out Par Lindh for the first time.
richardh | 3/5 |


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