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Eclectic Prog

3.50 | 17 ratings

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3 stars Easy listening from Groovector. Nice acoustic melodies that fold between jazzy and actually calssical melodies and I would say that the classical side is prevalent. Some mystical 70's hammond sound behind makes a fine contrast. Very laid back and mystical atmospheres. Great piano, grand piano and flute playing. Selangor, the fourth track is after an oriental start a bit more rocking with a great guitar solo which is probably actually done with a synth as there is no guitar in the line-up in that song.

This is all the time pleasant music and the players are clearly very skillful but somehow the minimalism leaves a lightwieght feeling. This can be good in a musical world where metal has penetrated even into progressive music. I'll say that this is good ambient classical prog but not essential: 3 stars.

pirkka | 3/5 |


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