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ADONIS

Anyone's Daughter

 

Symphonic Prog

4.06 | 124 ratings

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Andrea Cortese
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4 stars This is one of the legendary bands that anticipated the neo-prog movement, cause they sometimes sounds close to the new wave of british prog rock that would appear a few years later.

Adonis is a very good album, even though there are plenty of ordinary rock moves that went down better in its day.

If you like the more melodic side of symphonic prog, the slow pace and solemn walk of space rock masters of PINK FLOYD and ELOY, then Anyone's Daughter still must be considered for the collection.

The first side is dominated by the wonderful self titled epic. While the second half isn't that impressive it still holds up rather well. "Blue House" is a laid-back instrumental (with hints to CAMEL) and "Sally" is a poppy number with lots of piano and sax solos.

Though the album is brief, it is solid from beginning to end. And it's very recommended.

Andrea Cortese | 4/5 |

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