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October Project


Prog Folk

2.30 | 9 ratings

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5 stars I love this album even more than the first. Once again some of the most beautiful music I've ever experienced in ANY form. After the 1970's, without an internet, most people who I knew did not know about any "new" Prog Rock bands. I, and many of my friends, were musicians. And when Prog Rock dropped off the radio airwaves in favour of Disco, Punk, New Wave, and Diva-Dance music as well as Factory Rock (Springsteen, Joel) the only Prog Rock we knew about were the "old" bands continuing to put out financially unsuccessful new albums. Until the internet, and October Project came along, I had nothing to compare them to unless I went back to Renaissance's "Ocean Gypsy" or"Mother Russia" or "A SOng For All Seasons". I won't bore you with repeating everything I have already said with the first album of October Project, but the beautiful musical gems here, for me, in my opinion, are: Deep As You Go", "Sunday Morning Yellow Sky", "Adam & Eve", "If I Could", "Falling Farther In", and "One Dream". They are to my ears the perfect combination of "cerebral" rock and "emotion" rock. Perhaps more Art Rock than Prog, but still well within the genre for my tastes. I must also add that the song "Falling Farther In" ends in 5/4 timing signature, which is VERY Prog Rock of them!
phair | 5/5 |


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