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ROCK FANTASIA OPUS 9

Wurtemberg

 

Prog Folk

3.36 | 16 ratings

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kev rowland
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Crossover Team
2 stars This album was originally released in 1981, and brought together many different medieval instruments (all made by band leader Alain Carbonare), with piano and guitar. When it was originally released it sold 15000 copies, pretty good for an album of this nature. It is an instrumental album, with the lead melody often piano based, but sometimes on woodwind. It is a pleasant album, one that is not nearly as experimental as may be expected given the instrumentation, but one that quite a few prog lovers may enjoy if they had the opportunity. It is 'clever' music that can also be listened to for pleasure as well as just curiosity. But pay attention otherwise it can drop into the background as it is not the most dynamic or abrasive of albums.

Originally appeared in Feedback #69, Aug 02

kev rowland | 2/5 |

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