Mostly Autumn - The Last Bright Light  CD (album) cover


Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

4.00 | 175 ratings

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5 stars From the first time I have seen Mostly Autumn in the spring of 2004 at the Bluescafe in Apeldoorn I was a big admirer of them. During that gig Passengers was their latest (and very good) album. Of couse I tried to get all of their CD's and DVD's. Now I have them all and especially 'The Last Bright Light' is the CD I like. This is an album which in my opinion can compete with the best of Pink Floyd, Yes and also Fairport Convention. There is no weak moment on this album. I like Shrinking Violet and Mother Nature most however also songs like Helms Deep and Never The Rainbow belongs to my all time favourites. In fact I like this album more than The Dark Side Of The Moon, Fragile or Liege And Lief so a five star rating is the only I can reward for this masterpiece.
versnick | 5/5 |


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