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Pär Lindh Project - Veni Vidi Vici CD (album) cover


Pär Lindh Project


Symphonic Prog

4.00 | 58 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars After a short classical piece entitled Adagio the titletrack starts with the majestic church organ sound, followed by a splendid build-up part with swinging bass, jazzy piano and wonderful violin-Mellotron eruptions. During the other tracks on this CD Par Lindh delivers great keyboard work (sparkling piano, fluent Hammond organ runs, tender harpsichord and exciting synthesizer flights), obviously less Keith Emerson sounding than on his previous albums that often sound like a tribute to Pictures At An Exhibition! The compositions contain many strong shifting moods and often harder- edged guitar work (almost metallish). Female singer Magdalena Hagberg has a beautiful voice but she lacks a bit power in the more heavy parts. This CD also delivers some nice instrumentation with the PLP choir (Le Grand Charbardement) and violin in the final track Premonition (also swirling Hammond runs). I prefer the excellent album Mundus Incompertus but Veni, Vidi, Vici is a convincing CD that will please the keyboard aficionados.
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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