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Sebastian Hardie


Symphonic Prog

3.84 | 133 ratings

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4 stars One of the more beautiful symphonic prog albums you'll hear, more like soft/symph. The title track is broken up into four sections with the opening motif running almost throughout the 20 minutes. Part two, "Dawn Of Our Sun" is absolutely exquisite! Like the best parts of Yes's 'Tales From Topographic Oceans' with the same type of quasi/eco/earth lyrics. Millo's guitar and singing is of the highest quality, with his guitar sound at times like a cross between Howe's soft side and Latimer's bluesy side. The other two tracks are instrumental with "Rosanna" being very Camelish and "Openings" a more balanced track, especially in the keyboards. Millo does take over with his guitar most of the time on each track, but I don't mind, it's so fluid. The album would fit right in with your Camel/Yes/Moody Blues albums. So fans of those groups should seek this one out.
NJprogfan | 4/5 |


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