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The Tangent


Eclectic Prog

3.74 | 223 ratings

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4 stars What a great way to start an album. A formidable guitar lines, then repeated with guitar distortion and later with flute and sax subsequently. Where are They Now? of 19 minutes duration flows naturally and never feels forced continuity. The new guitar solos are complemented well with the accurate base Barret and Burgess, and nicely accompanied by keyboards Tillison. Tillison's voice is not remarkable, but from my point of view, it is appropriate for the band performs music and ideas. And Theo Travis works with his eloquent shares. Perdu Dans Paris is the other great work here. With a description that carries the listener along with excellent music. The Canterbury Sequence Volume 2. Ethanol Hat Nail does not reach the magnificence of those mentioned above but it is a good way to finish the work. The rest is just acceptable...
sinslice | 4/5 |


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