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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

3.97 | 223 ratings

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4 stars Sometimes She Cries for Love.

Good dose of Rock, Folk and Space. This fantastic album has four pillars, which are the songs that masterfully unifies the three styles.

1) The Dark before the Dawn, deploying energy adjusted and flute super phrasing in the chorus.

2) The Last Bright Light, with its tense calm broken in the chorus, and well made drastic turns.

3) Helms Deep, a Celtic air captivating and formidable role of the flute on an acoustic, without neglecting the facet rocker in for good measure. Which Wood? is another piece folk friendly and excellently executed to be accelerating towards the end, in the style of Mike Oldfield and naturally leads to the last track.

4) Mother Nature, the best song in the discography of the group, in my humble opinion. Emotional and powerful. With an amazing floydian end.

Furthermore, Shrinking Violet and Hollow are mostly folk ballads preppy, brilliantly sung by Heather, with lofty guitar solos Josh.

Not enough to be an essential work, but it is worth bearing in mind and recommend regularly. Between 4 and 4,5.

sinslice | 4/5 |


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