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Gazpacho - March of Ghosts CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

4.03 | 474 ratings

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5 stars not straying too far from the sound of recent albums .... they've done it again. This maybe the finest band to come out of Scandinavia in the21st century.

Gazpacho continue the fine traditionthan Norweigan musicians have for stretching the boundries of genres; whether it be Jazz, post-rock or anything else. album 7 - once again a concept album - although this time a collection of stories rather than a overarching narrative. once again ethereal and beautiful This is an imaginative band, with a myriad of influences filtered and distilled tocreate a unique musical form of their own. We have a warm, emotive vocalist together with talenred muscians who are capable of weaving a unique sonic tapestry. No doubt, those of you whohavelistend wil lhere a myriad of influences and/or comparisons withotherbands pat and present..... I hear some similarities withother artists on the K-Scope 'Post-progresive' label ...and hear hints of many other conteporaryacts too - listen for yourself - many peoples seem to pickout 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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