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WATER BLUE

Vermilion Sands

 

Symphonic Prog

3.54 | 23 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars Vermilion Sands is the japanese answer to Renaissance

Water blue released in 1987 in some cases appear 1989 as the year of issue is the single album released by this japanese band, but what a beautiful, elegant and full of mesmerizing passages all over the place. Plus the voice of Yoko Royama is really heavenly and very very close to Ana Haslam in manner of intepretating. Musicaly speaking is aswell Renaissance like , very symphonic with elaborated passages, very nice keyboards and guitar parts like on the longest tune from here Ashes Of The Time, elegant piece with melodic passages well constructed and a very smooth vocal arrangements aswell. All album is in the purest Renaissance tradition (their best period 1972-1978) both in sound and in ammner of performing. I never heared a band to sound so Renaissance like this Vemilion Sands, but in the end is not a bad thing at all. So, all pieces stand as great, not a weak moment for me, another highlight is Living In The Shiny Days. 4 stars to this forgotten little album, but definetly worth to be discovered. The CD version has as bonuses an unreleased track In The Night Of Ancient Tombs and 2 live versions of The Love In The Cage and In your mind.

b_olariu | 4/5 |

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