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Peter Hammill


Eclectic Prog

4.33 | 688 ratings

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5 stars Quite frankly this album is stunning. Each track draws you into its own unique atmosphere, be it the church organ soaked "The Lie (Bernini's St. Therese)" or the outer space of "Red Shift" and the living breathing claustrophobia of the house in "A Louse is Not A Home". Even after 20 years of first hearing this album I sit stunned for five minutes after listening to it. Its power is such that I've only just realised myself that there are no drums on it until halfway through (on "Forsaken Gardens"). If it is ever replaced as my favourite album ever then I shall be (pleasantly) surprised
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