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THE SEED AND THE SOWER

The Enid

 

Symphonic Prog

3.40 | 24 ratings

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2 stars The Seed and The Sower is a concept work from The Enid, a band guided by Robert John Godfrey, the keyboardist from the Barclay James Harvest. Based on the 1963 book written by the Afrikaner Laurens Van der Post', it's a chill out album full of electronic stuff. Okay, the first half deserves no star in my opinion. Bleh, so drab, it sucks. Longhome is an exhaustive trippin song, tedious enough. The second half provides you Reverberations, a slow progressive, electronic, decent atmospherical song. Perhaps great. But the first half of the album tires me enough to listen to Reverberations patiently and joyfully. By the way, I like the album cover.
VOTOMS | 2/5 |

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