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Prog Folk

4.01 | 91 ratings

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3 stars A nice mellow album...not sure how it's "folk-prog", since jazz-rock appears to be the primary influence. There are some nice acoustic guitar parts, however, especially on "Tatanga Mani". This is a instrumental album that will draw obvious comparisons to another mellow jazzy-prog album, Camel's The Snow Goose. While the melodies on this album don't come close to Camel's in quality, it certainly is a pleasant background listen. Some good electric piano parts and flute enhance the comparison. Bascically if you like mellow prog, this is a good listen. But if you're a Scandinavian prog enthusiast, don't expect any dark nights of the soul- this is quite cheery stuff in its own way.
Heptade | 3/5 |


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