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Lunatic Soul


Crossover Prog

3.77 | 198 ratings

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3 stars While I really like this and the previous two Lunatic Soul albums, I can see why some dismiss them as not really being prog. Me, I love this kind of ambient world music--soundscapes with emotion--which makes Impressions, IMO, better than its two predecessors (though I don't really like the space filler of two previously released songs present here as "remixes"--especially in that the original "Gravestone Hill," from Lunatic Soul II, was one of my favorite songs from 2010). The atmospheric "Impression I" and the roiling acoustic guitar strumming "Impression IV" are my favorites. I am glad and grateful for Mariuz Duda's personal medium for outlet and exploration. I hope there are many more Lunatic Soul efforts in the future as I like them better and will buy them over any Riverside output. 3.5 stars rated down for the two remixes.
BrufordFreak | 3/5 |


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