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DAWN DANCER

Flyte

 

Symphonic Prog

2.94 | 37 ratings

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erik neuteboom
Prog Reviewer
3 stars I noticed on this site that Americans and Canadians more than once confuse Belgium and Holland, they mentioned that Trace is from Belgium or Machiavel is from Holland. Here is the solution: Flyte, a band with members from Belgium and Holland!

The sound from this one shot band (rooted in the early Seventies and disbanded in 1981) is melodic and the compositions are alternating: the tracks "Woman", Aim at your head" and "Your breath enjoyer" contain lots of howling guitar and lush keyboards. More dreamy and rather compelling are "Heavy like a child", King of clouds" and the highlight "Brain damage" featuring beautiful duo-keyboard work and wonderful electric guitarplay. This album has echoes from Camel, it often sounds like guest appearances from Latimer and Barden! The rating for this album changes from 2 stars (from a crafty but far too venomous and sarcastic person who nailed Museo Rosenbach and England so I don't take that very seriously!) and 4 stars, I keep it on 3 stars: a decent and pleasant progrock album, no more or less.

erik neuteboom | 3/5 |

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