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PROCESSION

Bernard Xolotl

 

Progressive Electronic

3.94 | 5 ratings

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Paul Stump
3 stars Dig that crazy cover, man. This chap was a bit unlucky - he hit just a year or so before New Age took off and in the UK this could be found quite easily in high street record stores, mostly cos nobody knew who he was and nobody bought it. A shame, because it's not bad at all. Very solemn and a bit portentuous, with lots of bass-end reverb mirrored by Daniel Kobialka's keening electric and acoustic violins. Suitably ethereal, if somewhat below the first rank of European synthesis. And blessedly free - for the most part - of that boring chuga-chug sequencing that brought Schulze and his ilk so low.
Paul Stump | 3/5 |

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