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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

3.52 | 105 ratings

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4 stars This is the debut album from UK band MOSTLY AUTUMN. They are playing rock mixed with reminiscences to Celtic music, FAIRPORT COVENTION, FLEETWOOD MAC, GENESIS, JETHRO TULL, PINK FLOYD and STEELEYE SPAN. This is a very strong debut album with a lot of power, great melodies and good musicianship from this 8-man band. They are using various untraditional instruments such as Djembe, flute, tambourine, violin and whistles together with traditional rock instruments. The highlights are the opening progressive track "Nowhere To Hide", the two beautiful Celtic folk rock tracks "Folklore" and "Shenanigans", the Irish influenced "Out Of The Inn" and the closing 10-minute "The Night Sky". A magnificent release from MOSTLY AUTUMN on the Cyclops label. A really interesting and highly recommended album!
Greger | 4/5 |


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