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THREE PARTS TO MY SOUL

Dr. Z

 

Heavy Prog

4.01 | 43 ratings

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1967/ 1976
4 stars Probably if I were to read in Dr. Z a serious attempt to make me laugh. So I have to make a careful examination of what I'm listening to, not without difficulty.

I had serious doubts that an album like this could have had such success. Since it was not successful, I must say that "Three Parts To My Soul" is a magnificent album. Let's be clear right away: If "Three Parts To My Soul" was successful, much of its appeal would fail, because that would be a seminal album. So, thanks to an unfortunate (not to have been successful), we are here to get your hands on a cult album, Dark Rock example, like many other albums of the 70's. Musically "Three Parts To My Soul" is an album of simple and modest in the research of rhythms and sound: a primordial rock dominated by harpsichord. Which is good, reading the topics covered in the lyrics. Certainly this fact is good for the album. Not for the single, bonus track in CD versions of "Three Parts To My Soul". In fact these two songs are pure Rock and not dark or similar.

In definitive "Three Parts To My Soul" is a great cult album and for this fact is also today a fresh and granitic album.

1967/ 1976 | 4/5 |

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