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STOLEN EARTH

Crossover Prog • United Kingdom


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UK act STOLEN EARTH was formed in 2011, and consists of members with a past history in bands such as Mostly Autumn and Breathing Space: Heidi Widdop (vocals)), Adam Dawson (guitars), Paul Teasdale (bass), Barry Cassell (drums) and John Sykes (keyboards). They played their first concert in August 2011, and in June 2012 their debut album "A Far Cry From Home" was released. Stolen Earth has been an active live unit in the two years they have been an entity so far, especially in and around their Yorkshire home base.

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3.04 | 7 ratings
A Far Cry From Home
2012

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3.04 | 7 ratings

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A Far Cry From Home
Stolen Earth Crossover Prog

Review by octopus-4
Special Collaborator RIO/Avant/Zeuhl Team

3 stars A bunch of good songs in a style very close to Mostly Autumn but less Gilmour influenced than Bryan Josh usually is. Heidi Widdop is a good vocalist with a pitch a little lower than Heather Findlay's. Her voice is powerful and if I have to compare her with another singer I think to Christine Booth of Magenta.

The guitar sounds more like Liam Davison than like Josh and they don't have the strong celtic- folk influence of the MA first albums. I think to have given an idea of how this band sounds, who likes Davison's side project "Breathing Space" will find this album very good.

Said so, I don't see much sense in going track by track. I just want to mention "My Lips Are Too Dry" which is really good and groovy and the melancholic "Tuscany Sun".

I think is Adam Dawson the man who sings on "Silver Skies". He sounds very similar to Bryan Josh. Without looking at the album cover picture I could think of a Mostly Autumn song, also for the nice flute which adds a touch of folk to this song.

In brief, this is a good album, well played and with good songs. Heidi's voice is very nice but they don't add much to what Mostly Autumn, Karnataka and Breathing Space have already done.

A nice non-essential listen.

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