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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

3.97 | 223 ratings

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5 stars I like a lot Mostly Autumn and i have to say this is the best album of the band. For me, at least. But also i feel is one of the best albums of history of contemporary music, even when never it will appear at a list of Rolling Stone magazine. To talk about the influences in the sound of Mostly Autumn (and particullary in this album) is not an easy task, but i could talk about Pink Floyd, R.E.M, Renaissance or celtic music. But doesn´t mean it is not a personal album. Otherwise, Mostly Autumn sounds personal and unique, creating an own sound with each song. Heather Findlay has got one of the beautiful voices of progressive rock, and also Bryan Josh has got a very good voice. Particullary, the best songs are for me "The Dark Before the Dawn", "Mother Nature" and "The Last Bright Light", but are also great "Half a Mountain", "Never the Rainbow" or "Shrinking Violet".
incubus | 5/5 |


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