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FOUR MOMENTS

Sebastian Hardie

 

Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 88 ratings

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Marcelo
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4 stars Hearing this album, you can believe that SEBASTIAN HARDIE Australian band is a sort of CAMEL playing excellent themes adding lots of mellotron. Mario Millo, the group's leader, reminds Andy Latimer guitar playing style (this point and many 'camelesque' cliches are notorious, over all, in the last track "Openings"). I like specially the short and beautiful songs "Dawn of Our Sun" and "Rosanna", where mellotron and guitar interplay gives a dramatic sense, but all tracks deserve attention, even when music is quite simple, accessible and not complex, but very melodic and well done. This is an album easy to recommend to CAMEL fans, to guitar driven music adepts and to vintage sounds lovers, but I'm sure that all people into prog world would enjoy this non-exceptional but really good stuff.
Marcelo | 4/5 |

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