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Pär Lindh Project


Symphonic Prog

4.08 | 91 ratings

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4 stars If you could get an album that includes an approach of genuine Baroque and the heavyness of Power Prog, this is the one to get. Solid double-bass drum all the way, thick and slick guitar (a la Petrucci) makes this record Bach plugged on a 500 db amplifier. It shakes the dust from your shelves in a convenient way. Prodigee Ingwie Malmsteen also could give you a taste of neo-prog classical suites.

Pär Lindh now can rest in company of other keyboard sensations like Jürgen Fritz, Keith Emerson and Rick Van Der Linden. His skills are tremendous, dazzling, intelligent and breathtaking. A real killer on the keys...probably the fastest and meanest bloke of the 90's. But, everything is not flawless of course. Lindh brought too much of his influences with him. We clearly have a Brain Salad Surgery feel as well of obvious riffs stolen from Triumvirat on the Pompeii album.

Some stuff looks straight from his cranium in the voice of a lady in a dramatic second track. A hapsicord with back-up voice arrangements that tends to link the first and third track. Which is a nice, relaxing, non-guitarish part that rest your ears.

In general a superb, but somewhat too short album regarding the ENORMOUS talent in writing and playing of our Swedish-keys-pounding-viking.

Do not expect Anglagard approach or Dream Theater interpretation...just the middle of these!

Menswear | 4/5 |


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