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THE LAST BRIGHT LIGHT

Mostly Autumn

 

Prog Folk

4.00 | 172 ratings

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Theo Verstrael
5 stars Absolutely excellent!!

If you like haunting melodies, be it melancholic, nature/inspired, comtemplative or simply inspired, and if you like an combination of folk instruments like recorders, bodhran, tin whistle with epic guitar solos in the vain of Pink Floyd, then this is your album. It simply has no bad or weak songs, it is a very well conceived, and alas not reached again on their sebsequent albums, level of quality that MA reaches on this album. One of the main factors is that Heather Findlay does most of the singing and she is certainly a far better vocalist than band leader Brian Josh. They should have stuck to these kind of songs insted of trying to become another pop/oriented bands like they try to do on Passengers and Storms over still water. Hopefully the band listens back to this master piece and gets inspired again.

Theo Verstrael | 5/5 |

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