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I AM

Tomas Bodin

 

Symphonic Prog

3.78 | 97 ratings

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Shelket
5 stars Huge disc without a doubt some will be of the best thing than it leaves east year as far as progressive rock talks about, huge in all the necessities, as I title indicates the Spanish, I I am, if it is his form of expression with reaches immense of very deep dimensions I wonder myself if the New CD and very waited for "Ça Ira" of Roger WATERS the new one operates of the teacher based on the French revolution, is similar or different, since also it is in three movements and each movement is of 20 minutes approximately, good better nonadvance conjectures. This I magnify work that will give much of which to speak, is rather a well obtained piece where Takings BODIN its personal point of view is worth the redundancy of the same one, its particular mink of the world, "I" with a beginning to style OZRIC TENTACLES in "Jurassic Shift" the sound of a metallic piece that crawls, this it has an impressive sound is the longest piece of the disc that of in case it comes connected to way of a great track, with an obvious enhancement in the beauty of the keyboards, despite is remarkable the participation of the musicians, already recognized bearish Jonas REINGOLD and the new drummer of THE FLOWER KINGS young person of little 19 years but of showy talents Marcus LILIEQUIST Swedish also, luck that implies to be released in a disc destined to the greatness and the a praises and completes I circulate completes already all THE FLOWER KINGS are Swedish, like this alignment, is "I", are evident many things that same Takings BODIN, because in an interview it mentions that its influence is PINK FLOYD, YES, DEEP PURPLE and their friend and companion Roine STOLT, "To", with a smooth beginning, lets his tones to take step to the sounds of the guitar to the Hard style of DEEP PURPLE, the drummer makes a good work here of ambientación and the voice sounds very in the style of a smooth rock and delicious, there are parts that sound very space allow to the critical moment influence of PINK FLOYD, is not something bad that has ideas or it takes ideas from other bands while the bear adapts to them as this it is the case and very or done by the way, in these short whiles does of hers, also there are parts that sound to RENAISSANCE, music in any point of the disc is brilliant and of very good taste, there are choirs of the women and the man very or placed, for the end "M" but before the connection finishes is not fabulous and very beautiful plenty of bells and the initial sound, finally to happen to "M" completes part of this conceptual disc, the beginning until part of this is like a revision of the first two tracks, the rest could not beside the point less be appraised is also very good as all the disc in if, with flautas, very good guitars and riff of guitar, the drummer I adapt either, that very is something that speaks very or of not having professional experience and this being very its first examination it step or, the disc in the end it seems not to want to finish and in fact not if it does, it can that has one second brilliant serious part. Really a forced disc and that must have time to dedicate the total to him of its duration, then is worth the trouble will hear much of this disc, because it is very good.
Shelket | 5/5 |

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