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Comedy Of Errors



3.95 | 259 ratings

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5 stars What a great album from beginning to end Good prog like prog used to be and has to be. Good for them for sticking around and giving us the opportunity to enjoy their fine music. Its not often that bands had success in the 80's andf came back to make such a great album. The band are - Joe Cairney / Vocals Jim Johnston / keyboards, additional guitars, backing vocals Mark Spalding / Main lead rhythm and acoustic guitars, bass, backing vocals

with Bruce Levick / drums Hew Montgomery / Additional bass on "The student prince, part 1" The first song disobey is a strong opener. Jekyll is a great song with nice singing and great music Prelude, riff and fugue is a nice piece The 10 minutes Carousel is a great song in the likes of the great prog bands. At times they sound like Yes, hints of Genesis but mostly a unique sound. American Rodeo is a powerful rock song. Could have been yesterday a quiet lyric song The touchy Ailsa's Lullaby is a short piece in the memory of Jim's wife Joke is a beautiful song. And then the jewel of this album "the student prince" 4 piece masterpiece of prog like in the old days - 26 min of great music. I love the Jim's keyboards playing and the powerful accurate singing. I recommend this album to every prog lover.

progshachar | 5/5 |


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