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IN A GLASS HOUSE

Gentle Giant

 

Eclectic Prog

4.35 | 1086 ratings

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Tonny Larz
5 stars From the sound of broken glass...turning into a superb rythmtrack...this milestone of an album..really shines...with the wonderfully madrigal vocal stylings (that only Gentle Giant can master!!) this album proves worthy of many a progfreaks praise!!! This is progmusic from heaven !!! The complex musical interludes....the brilliant singing style..the ever present super talent of the musicians involved! Never have the world of progmusic had such a superb group of excellent masters of their trade. I must admit i LOVE every single album that these fabulous musicians made...but this one are one of my favorites...along with " Octopus" " Free hand" " Interview" " the power and the glory"...yes..well many of their other outlets....ok..ok...i LOVE GENTLE GIANT..period!!!!!!! But this..this has to be their ultimate....supreme....wonderful....out of this world album!!! 5 stars...nothing less......if you are just slightly into prog..and you want something really special!!! Then go for this one...after a few spins, you will be mystified....after yet more spins you will be hooked.. by now you are (like me) forever entralled into the wonderful magical world of GENTLE GIANT!! Welcome my friend......nothing will ever be the same in your prog music vision !!
Tonny Larz | 5/5 |

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