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PARAGONE

Symphonic Prog • United States


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This is an American band on a german label. Their self titled 1994 album was the only release, and featured Mark Walczak on mellotron, synthesizers and bass, Ken Lotz on Percussion, and Scott McCutcheon on guitars. The connection to Germany is not that odd since they were a Milwaukee based band (a city with a prominent German heritage). They are an instrumental band, and highly influenced by Camel. The music is described elegant and fluid. Walczak's keyboards dominate the sound.

There is little information available about the music under this banner. However, Walczak and Lotz switched guitar players, and called the new incarnation Nightales. Their 1997 release "The Voyage" seems to bear many similarities.

H.T. Riekels (bhikkhu)

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3 stars I recently gave my comment about the album of the French band Iris and funny enough I can say the same about this album. It's very quiet, melodic music with hardly any diversity. All songs are instrumental and you can play it while you sleep. Also in this case I don't mean it degrading. The music is ok, just not very spectecular.

It's actually very nice background music, you just don't have to sit down for it and have a good listen because it's mainly all the same.

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