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4.11 | 37 ratings | 1 reviews | 42% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Coming Home (4:22)
2. Just Another Day (4:37)
3. Shine (2:54)
4. Fever (5:56)
5. Above The Trees (3:31)
6. What Can I Do? (3:20)
7. Little Man (4:26)
8. Roots (4:42)
9. Trippin' (6:07)
10. Until Time Leaves Us Again (6:11)
11. Words (4:33)
12. Rasayana (9:06)
13. Into The Woods (8:19)

Total time 68:04

Line-up / Musicians

- Oskar Lundström / vocals, organ, Rhodes
- KG West / lead guitar, vocals, Tzouras & Veena (12)
- Sam Riffer / bass, vocals, double bass & percussion & guembri (12)
- Love H Forsberg / drums, percussion, vocals

- Anna Sandström / flute & hurdy gurdy (13)
- Tängman / flute & hurdy gurdy (13)
- Bob Perry / percussion (3)

Releases information

Artwork: Mats Tiigiste

2xLP Nasoni Records ‎- NASONI 033 (2004, Germany)
2xLP Root Rock Records ‎- RRR002 (2011, Sweden) With slightly extended versions of some songs

CD Rockadrome ‎- ROCK025-2 (2004, US)

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SIENA ROOT A New Day Dawning ratings distribution

(37 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(42%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (25%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by Warthur
4 stars Siena Root's debut album is a big fat helping of retro-heavy psychedelic action. At points they become reminiscent of the classic early work of the likes of Uriah Heep or Deep Purple (Oskar Lundstr'm's organ work being key here), but never quite to the extent that they are outright ripping them off - more that in terms of their throwback sound you could imagine Siena Root sharing a stage with either band back in 1969-1970 or thereabouts. As the album progresses they tend towards longer and more intricate songs, demonstrating an adept mastery of the genre. Though it's over an hour long, it feels like it breezes by in a substantially shorter span of time - the sure sign of an album which hasn't wasted its time on filler.

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