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Hatfield And The North


Canterbury Scene

4.27 | 572 ratings

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Pink Vlosy
5 stars value 9/10 I am an estimator of the Jazz Music and I have discovered from few the musical kind of the Canterbury scenes. This Musical genres is an alternative between the pop rock and the real music jazz. Surely this CD represents a fusion of genres musical that from the away to refined and psychedelic sonority typical of the underground of the seventies. A predictable and banal music never. Very interesting the use of the keyboards with the typical hammond organ that it remember knows lines sonority of the LSD music and the guitar in swing distortion version that creates atmospheres typical of the fusion music. CD to be recommended to all the estimators of the progress genres and it is one of mine preferred with the Caravans and the Khans of Prog -sub genres Canterbury scene
Pink Vlosy | 5/5 |


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