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White Willow


Symphonic Prog

3.53 | 112 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars I know this Norwegian formation because of their 'classic Seventies prog' oriented sound, loaded with vintage keyboards (I own the video Progfest 1994, they are amazing, great Mellotron work). Listening to this new album I needed a few turns to get into their more modern sound and to get used to the vocals of the new female singer Trude Eitang. But in fact White Willow still makes interesting music for the symphonic prog aficionados, many songs contains lots of captivating shifting moods and breaks with wonderful Mellotron work, sensational synthesizer solo and especially compelling guitar play, often sensitive with howling runs. In fact this is a wonderful and varied CD with good musical ideas but I am curious to the opinion of the average White Willow fan so I hope to see more reviews because two reviews is a bit poor for such a known symphonic prog band.
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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