Ankh - Ziemia i Slonce CD (album) cover




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3.13 | 11 ratings

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3 stars It is not a typical prog rock album. Polish band ANKH plays a sort of hard rock mixtured with classical music and some folk elements, where the violin is an essential part. Along the cd, you can hear a rough rock theme and, suddenly, a beautiful classic melody or a folky violin lead song. Vocals are in Polish, and it's another item to emphasize: I positively love those bands who sing in their native tongues, despite the fact I can't understand the lyrics, because it implies an obvious non-commercial intention, beyond the warm or strange feeling where the listener can be involved.But beside this personal appreciation, overall, good melodies, originality and lots of energy becomes "Ziema I Slonce" in a very interesting stuff, recommended for those who enjoy the rustic side of prog rock.
Marcelo | 3/5 |


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