Mostly Autumn - Storms Over Still Water CD (album) cover


Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

3.52 | 102 ratings

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3 stars What shall I say. It's not bad (hey, it's Mostly Autumn), but I really miss the Celtic-esque flavor in their music. Ok, I can appreciate the fact they try new stuff, but I prefer the old. Heard the storms (or parts of it) live, and I have to say: that sounds great. But this is a review of the album, and it won't be as much in the CD-tray as, say, Cath the spirit. Of course there are some highlights: Carpe Diem (with the fabulous Troy Donockley) and The end of the world. But please, more flutes (by Angela and/or Troy) on the next album and lots and lots and lots of guitar solo's by Brian. Keep on going!
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