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Canterbury Scene

4.16 | 231 ratings

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4 stars Another strong album from Cos, taking a gentle, laid back approach to the Canterbury style with the occasional outbreak of martial, Zeuhl-like rhythms. A little more experimental in its compositional approach than the previous album, there's points which remind me of early Henry Cow too, so RIO fans who like a bit of Canterbury could do a lot worse than checking this one out. Once again, the vocals of Pascale Son enhance the music appreciably, whilst band leader Daniel Schell's guitar work is particularly diverting at points. One to listen to if you want some Canterbury whimsy but at the same time are in the mood for something more tranquil and relaxing than most Canterbury bands.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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