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QUIDAM

Quidam

 

Neo-Prog

4.07 | 94 ratings

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lor68
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3 stars Sorry but I don't like this kind of emulation of the early stuff by Camel (with a few hints of folk progressive from the UK), in spite of appreciating a delicate and pleasant approach by the female singer: as a matter of fact the guitar lines are quite new-prog oriented and the keyboards as well, but I don't recognize a true effort in the direction of a personal way to compose: I think that this latter feature is lacking a bit and for me that's the main problem regarding the whole project.moreover I saw them live on stage during their gig at Vigevano Prog Festival (in the course of 1998), in the same edition in which After Crying performed an unforgettable concert, and probably it's unthinkable to compare A.C. to the ensemble from Poland, but this is the cause of my doubts about Quidam. After all even their first works from the Studio confirmed my opinion, except on the situation you liked the style of Solstice, for example within "Silent Dance".however I think it's for the fans of this particular light symphonic prog-genre only, inside a different contest of a new prog style: so at the end erase an half star!!
lor68 | 3/5 |

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