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Maze Of Time

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Maze Of Time Tales From The Maze album cover
3.43 | 30 ratings | 2 reviews | 7% 5 stars

Good, but non-essential

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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Tales (0:39)
2. Here And Now (9:35)
3. Distant Tomorrow (8:56)
4. Ocean Of Dreams (9:17)
5. Daydreamer (6:01)
6. The Maze (8:18)
7. Lady May (9:28)
8. Under The Sun (9:58)

Line-up / Musicians

- Robert I Edman / guitar and vocals
- Alex Jonsson / keyboards
- Jan Persson / bass
- Thomas Nordh / drums
- Christer Lindstroem / guitar and vocals

Releases information

Art Performance Production Cat #: Art nr: APMT060301

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MAZE OF TIME Tales From The Maze ratings distribution

(30 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(7%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(47%)
Good, but non-essential (40%)
Collectors/fans only (7%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by erik neuteboom
3 stars This is a new and promising Swedish five piece band, their debut CD is relased by the Dutch label AMR Productions.

Haze Of Time their sound is very melodic, accessible, tasteful and alternating, between symphonic prog (mid-Genesis) and neo-prog (like IQ) with the emphasis on the latter category. The band hosts dual guitar play (lots of howling soli) and dual keyboards (flashy synthesizer flights), the English vocals are decent. The climates in the eight compositions range from dreamy with twanging guitars to mid-tempo with fiery guitar and bombastic with a heavy keyboard sound. My absolute highlight is Daydreamer: first propulsive guitar riffs and drums, then an exciting part with ominous violin-Mellotron waves, goose bumps! During the rest of this track we can enjoy sensational keyboard work and strong guitar play, from howling and fiery to a raw sound.

I enjoyed this wonderful, a bit polished but very tasteful arranged album and I am sure it will not only please the neo-prog fans but also the symphomaniacs.

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4 stars I can't remember this grabbing my attention first time I listened to it. However now after numerous listens it is a firm favorite. Overall it fits well into the symphonic and Neo prog genres and would appeal to both sets of listeners, the music is melodic and varied and at times it heads towards a ... (read more)

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