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Corvus Stone


Crossover Prog

3.84 | 179 ratings

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5 stars I heard a little of this on aural moon radio and thought I was hearing a blast from the past. I listen to all types of music but my real love is for progressive "rock". The probelm these days is not the lack of new music in that genre, it is the narrow field that each album seems to abide in. Deep Purple were once a shock with mysterious but gripping sounds that few could make sense of. As were the Groundhogs. Remember split? Almost everything was new and great fun. Then it got even better as a huge number of bands were trying everything out that they could get away with. From Yes to Pink Floyd to Jeff Beck. Unfortunately that did not last long and genres appeared and narrowed much of the music into narrow bands. That way, we could all live happily enjoying the parts we liked and could easily avoid anything that was not within our own personal preference. I found it all very boring. I found Corvus Stone on Bandcamp and couldn't believe how that old variation was absolutely present in this album. I am not a reviewer but can tell you that if you like King Crimson, Santana, Gilmour, Keith Emerson, Zappa, Black Widow,(Yes.. check that out!), then you have GOT to hear this! The best album I have heard in a long time. A very long time!
Frippnut | 5/5 |


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