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AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE

Sunchild

 

Crossover Prog

4.05 | 173 ratings

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Whistler
5 stars Not often I have had so much pleasure listening to a new album as I had with this great new Sunchild product. The music sounds, fresh, sparkling and daring. The arrangements sound great and the songs keep your attention right till the end of the album. The vocal parts are of excellent quality. I was in particular struck by the Kate Bush-like refreshing vocals by Olya Chernova. The harmony vocals sound warm and almost musical- like. I only was a bit disappointed by the male solo vocals, which sounded in my opinion too exaggerated and the pronunciation is too bad. I was agreeably surprised by the application of the winds. All players seem to be conservatory skilled musicians. There is also an excellent string section present, to embellish the music, composed by mastermind Antony Kalugin. Kalugin plays the keyboards and he is doing very well indeed. He is also responsible for the regretted male vocals, but that is easily forgiven. The music is remaining fresh right till the end and one may wonder where one single man can find so much inspiration. Another great ace on this album is guitar player Andrey Kobylyanskiy, who is both a master on the electric and the acoustic guitar. This album will please in particular lovers of progrock with folk influences, but I think that everyone who claims to be a true proglover, should try this album. More of this please!! Whistler.
Whistler | 5/5 |

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