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White Willow


Symphonic Prog

3.89 | 158 ratings

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5 stars This is an exceptionally great record! As are all White Willow records. There are so fine compositional elements and great arrangement. The use of massive bass sounds together with the singers fragile voice is masterly done. The music is spacious all the time even when the band plays loud. There is room for the listener. This is what most new prog bands forget. They play too loud all the time. As Roger Waters said the magic is there tyhat you leave air in between the melodies and sounds.

The sound quality of the recording is first class, otherwise the complex and diificult material would not be recognisable. If you listen to this with a cheap system or worse still, with portable set, you wont be able to realize the quality of the music.

The composition is great. You can find almost genuine sonata form in many pieces. Fisrt the introduction of a few themes and the their independent developing into a unite finale. This is NOT only rockenroll, this is Music! And I love it!

Anything under five stars is wrong.

pirkka | 5/5 |


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