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JOURNEY TO THE VAST UNKNOWN

Pythagoras

 

Symphonic Prog

3.28 | 20 ratings

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Tarcisio Moura
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3 stars I have absolutely no idea how this vinyl copy ended up with a friend of mine (he claims he doesn“t remember). . Only now I know this is such a rare record after reading Erik Neuteboom“s review. Anyhow, this is a pity, since I“d like to have Journey To The Vast Unknown on CD. I“m not really fond of eletronic music, but Pythagoras is a different story. After all, this duo comes from Holland, a country where great melodies are the rule on most bands, and this is no exception: the music here is melodic, fluid and quite pleasant. Ok, some parts are a little more dark and abstract, but generally, much more accessible and organic than most artists on that genre (also helped by the fact that they have a real drummer here). I specially enjoyed the long title track with its four distinguished parts. Nothing to write home about, but very good nevertheless, soothing and compelling like some of Tangerine Dream“s most “conventional“ moments.

An interesting work, to say the least! Rating: 3 stars.

Tarcisio Moura | 3/5 |

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