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Phoenix

Prog Folk


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3.17 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1991

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Vremuri (3:12)
2. Mamă, Mamă (2:27)
3. Te Īntreb Pe Tine, Soare (2:46)
4. Nunta (4:17)
5. Totuşi Sīnt Ca Voi (2:13)
6. Floarea Stīncilor (3:00)
7. Ar Vrea Un Eschimos (2:23)
8. Balada 'Negru Vodă' (14:58)
9. Canarul (2:21)
10. Nebunul Cu Ochii Īnchişi (3:01)

Total Time 40:40

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Line-up / Musicians

Mircea Baniciu / vocals e guitars
Nicolae Covaci / guitars 6 & 12 strings, flute and vocals
Iosif Kappl / bass, violin and flute
Gunter Reininger / piano and keyboards
Ovidiu Lipan / drums and percussion
Costin Petrescu / drums and percussion
Valeriu Sepi / percussion

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Vinyl LP - Electrecord

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PHOENIX Remember Phoenix ratings distribution


3.17
(5 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
20%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(40%)
40%
Good, but non-essential (40%)
40%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by Mellotron Storm
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3 stars All I can tell you is that this is a compilation album released in 1991. I have to wonder if most of these were re-recordings from their early days because this has a strong BEATLES flavour to it. They used to cover a lot of BEATLES songs when they first started until the government told them to stop.

"Vremuri" opens with laid back guitar and bass before the vocals join in. The singing is in their own Romanian language. Man this sounds so much like the BEATLES when it gets fuller. "Mama Mama" is even more BEATLES-like. By the way most of these songs are around the 3 minute mark and quite simple.Very commercial sounding. "Te Intreb Pe Tind, Soare" opens with guitar as bass and drums join in. Vocal melodies before these deeper than usual vocals come in. Catchy stuff with backing vocals. "Nunta" is different because it's from the debut album "Cei Ce Ne-Au Dat Nume". Raw guitar to start before the drums come pounding in then vocals. Check out the guitar after 1 1/2 minutes!

"Totusi Cint Ca Voi" is mid-paced and just over 2 minutes of pop. Some clapping too. "Floarea Stincilor" opens with gentle guitar and piano. Light drums and vocals join in. Vocal melodies before 2 minutes. A mellow and enjoyable track. "Ar Vrea Un Eschimos" opens with piano as the wind blows. Drums join in. Vocals before a minute with bass. "Balada "Negru Vodo"" is also off their debut so it's different from the rest. In fact this is an almost 15 minute epic. Violin in this one along with some killer guitar and drum work. Great track. "Canaral" is ballad-like with keys and a light beat with reserved vocals. "Nebunal Cu Ochii Inchisi" has vocals and backing vocals on it and lots of violin. Sounds like an ethnic Folk song.

Not a bad compilation of songs but it pales when compared to their debut or their third album "Cantofabule".

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