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SLOW DANCE

Anthony Phillips

 

Symphonic Prog

4.20 | 122 ratings

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sinslice
4 stars In 1990, a breath of fresh air.

Listed as New Age at the time, a clearly superior sonic flight to it. Calm and deliberate, emotional and rhythmic. One of the few times that this virtuous and skillful musician was surrounded by eminent musician to accompany it, appropriate to the occasion. Often failed in the task of building and maintaining a stable band.

Few units of guitar, just to keep in some sections. Phillips's task is mostly played with keyboards.

A risky decision. This is a dangerous mix, but the result ends up being positive, pro. The time has passed and approved by fire, from my point of view, this work. Not the genius of Oldfield´s Amarok, at that same time, but it's a respectable and qualified.

sinslice | 4/5 |

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