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3.50 | 16 ratings | 2 reviews | 12% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Behind Your Face (11:36)
2. The Measure Of Time (7:23)
3. The Letter (9:15)
4. Reing Of Fools (10:35)
5. Rest In Pieces (11:01)
6. Shadows Of The Past (11:07)

Total Time 60:12

Line-up / Musicians

- Javier Nieto / Guitars and vocals
- Víctor Pérez / Keyboards
- Dino Martín / Bass
- Antolín Olea / Drums, Percussion

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NEVERNESS The Measure Of The Time ratings distribution

(16 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(12%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(62%)
Good, but non-essential (19%)
Collectors/fans only (6%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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3 stars Third time out by this Spanish act, and while their foundation in late 70's Floydian isn't one too original the additions they provide as the songs move along does represent a different flavour to this style.

Floating spacey textures and atmospheric guitar soloing from the Gilmour school seems to be the starting point for the band in each track here, and the additional textures added in as the composition evolves are basically of two kinds: Distorted guitar soloing and riffs of a more Frippian nature and heavier riffs closer to hard rock in style, often backed by surging organ Deep Purple style. At times additional symphonic textures are utilized as well. Towards the end the different sounds and textures are usually blended into a more all encompassing expression, often in a more intense and energetic grand finale final motif.

In the first half of this disc Neverness seems to struggle quite a bit with the transitions, providing tracks with plenty of good and interesting ideas mashed together in what for me became an annoying start and stop manner. The final three tracks are more coherent in that respect and generally comes across as better compositions overall, but the motifs and themes are slightly less intriguing as well. A mixed affair then, but worth checking out if late 70's Floyd and hard rock sounds like a good mix.

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4 stars This captivating Spanish formation was founded in the late Nineties, in 2002 they released their debut album Horizonte De Sucesos, their fifth and most recent effort is from 2014, entitled Renacimiento. This review is about Neverness their excellent fourth album named The Measure Of Time, from 2 ... (read more)

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