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Paley's Watch


Eclectic Prog

3.04 | 7 ratings

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2 stars A one of album from this band who then disappears again. Well, one of their members added this album and wrote a review of it five years ago plus I guess contributed with the very impressive biography. That is all I know about them. Which is a lot.

Their music is a mix of folk rock and jazz, even funk. The music is rather understated. The lyrics are not and the social realistic lyrics is the best thing about this album. The music itself is performed with gutso female vocals and some male vocals. They are backed up with some good keyboards and guitars. Sometimes Hammond also get used with great effects.

The vocals is very jazzy and gives this album an edge. Unfortunate, the songs are not that good. Frankly, I have problems concentrate on this album because of the pretty dull music. Sometimes, a violin kicks in and I wake up. But besides of that, this music is neither good or interesting. A good effort, but not quite up there with the bigger boys.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |


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