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NIGHT ON BALD MOUNTAIN

Fireballet

 

Symphonic Prog

3.46 | 63 ratings

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APleasantSymmet
5 stars NIGHT ON BALD MOUNTAIN IS AN ABSOLUTE MUST HAVE FOR ANY PROG FAN ! "Night On Bald Mountain" was produced by KING CRIMSON's Ian McDonald who also contributes some sax and flute on the album

SUPERBLY CRAFTED IN EVERY WAY IAN MCDONALD TRULY SHINES ON THIS ALBUM as well

rychie chlanda who's lightning fast runs and smooth liquid styling put him in a class with the masters two very compitant keyboard player hough and petto make this album very rich biglin's bass playing is up there with greg lake and como is one amazing drummer like a niel pert with such a huge arsenal of percussives at his disposal wonderful vocal layering and harmonies , production was top notch, and lps can still be found for an album from 1975 ! i actually purchased a fresh copy on the internet however i long for a legal version of this album on cd i know some mp3's and cds were floating around the music was a work of true genious and should be reissued on cd

for those die hard prog fans this has a lot of genesis and king crimson influence

and was recorded in quadrophonic! but no worries you can play it on any conventional turntable !

yours truly a pleasant symmetry

APleasantSymmet | 5/5 |

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