Gazpacho - A Night At Loreley CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

4.61 | 50 ratings

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5 stars A Night at Loreley acts as a nice summary of how far this band has come....Gazpacho continue the fine tradition than Norweigan music acts have for stretching the boundries of genres; whether it be Jazz, post-rock or anything else. their 1st live album and DVD, once again ethereal and beautiful. This is an imaginative band, with a myriad of influences filtered and distilled to create a unique musical form of their own. We have a warm, emotive vocalist together with talented muscians who are capable of weaving a unique sonic tapestry. No doubt, those of you who have listened will here a myriad of influences and/or comparisons with other bands past and present..... I hear some similarities with other artists on the K-Scope 'Post-progresive' label ...and hear hints of many other contemporary acts too - listen for yourself - many peoples seem to pick out unusual comparisons when listening to this unusual scandinavian act .... who manage to still maintain ordinary lives with full-time jobs alongside producing some wonderful music
Matt-T | 5/5 |


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