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THE MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF KING ARTHUR AND THE KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE

Rick Wakeman

 

Symphonic Prog

3.59 | 356 ratings

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Queno
5 stars Album attached to thr hystory of Britains land. The actor is Arthur king of the United Kingdom, interpreted majestically by Rick Wakeman. As always he played the music join together a good musicians and the Philarmonic orchestra, Chamber chorus and the relator very similar to "Journey to the center of the earth". Arthur is the first song with the pompous begin unique in the symphonic rock, excellent!!!! Second, Lady of the lake is a short mystical music that take and introduce us in Guinevere the song belong to the Arthur`s loved woman. Third, Sir Lancelot and the Black Knight, a rock theme full of Wakeman skill. Merlin the magician perhaps is the most known song of this album with the impressive circus melody clapped again and again for the listeners. Sir galahad the man who get the excalibur sword to Arthur enclosed by the man relate and the perfect Wakeman perform. The final is the Last Battle, a hyperactive theme, queezed by the linked band joined to Wakeman, heavenly Ashley Holt sing. In a personal opinion.... humble I think this album is a precious jewel a real treasure of the seventies rock musicians characterized by Wakeman talents to play, to compose and overall enchant us. No more to say, 5 stars, UNIQUE MASTERPIECE.
Queno | 5/5 |

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