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Sebastian Hardie


Symphonic Prog

3.84 | 120 ratings

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4 stars Wow !!

I have been admiring this band from afar for a long time and I was very pleased when I got the interview with Mario Millo. I did not sink my teeth into this album until recently though.

How can I describe the music here ? A mix of Camel, Pink Floyd, some RPI, a lot of church hymns, tonnes of pomp rock and a heck of a lot of classical music. Yes, the title is one of far too many prog rock albums based on or even have references to Vivaldi's Four Season symphony. It seems like everyone, even dogs and cats when they are singing for food or when mating, is making their own versions of Vivaldi's most known symphony these days. I have a lot of classic music in my house, but Four Seasons is not one of them. Which makes my castle one of the very Four Seasons free entities in the Western world.

The music is mostly instrumental with long electric guitar solos from our friend Mario Millo and ditto keyboards solos too. Excellent solos, I have to add. The interplay is also great. Ditto for the sound and the 1970s feel. It was recorded in the 1970s too..... But the sound is excellent.

To be brief and to the point; the music here is absolute great. A couple of ethereal godlike melodies is the only divide between a five stars rating. Nevertheless, the album is a great album and one to saviour. Which I have for the last days. Great days !

4.5 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 4/5 |


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