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4.04 | 9 ratings | 1 reviews | 22% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Weird (4:07)
2. Isle of Shadows (6:45)
3. Premonition (1:26)
4. From Heart to Sky (8:00)
5. Native Land (14:29)
6. Obsession (Suite) (3:22)
7. Passenger of Life (8:03)
8. Sensual Waves (4:15)
9. Parade (5:04)
10. L.O.V.E. Hello Vie (5:33)

Total time 61:04

Line-up / Musicians

- Fabrice Bony / drums, guitars, synthesizers, piano, computer

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FABRICE BONY Inner Lands ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(22%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars French composer and musician Fabrice BONY has been an active musician for more than 20 years, mostly active as a band member and music teacher, if I have understood matters correctly. He made his debut as a solo artist with the album "Between Day" in 2008. Five years later Bony returns with his second production "Inner Lands", and like with his first CD he has chosen to release this album himself.

Careful and controlled melody based music is what Fabric Bony presents and explores on his second full length album "Inner Lands". A taste for jazz-rock oriented details will be helpful to be able to appreciate the songs on the disc, as will a certain affection for the use of cosmic sounds. First and foremost my impression is that this is an album about moods and atmospheres rather than styles as such however, this fairly harmonic and elegant journey into a not easily defined corner of the progressive rock universe. A trek into Inner Lands, and an engaging one at that if you like your progressive rock to be melodic, harmonic and mostly instrumental.

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