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3.49 | 18 ratings

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3 stars Portuguese project DAYMOON is the creative vehicle of composer and musician Fred Lessing. He started recording material under this moniker in the late 90's, and between 1998 and 2002 three albums were recorded, but never officially released. The first official production courtesy of Daymoon was the CD "All Tomorrows", while "Fabric of Space Divine" is the second album to be officially released under this name. Both of them are released through the Russian label MALS Records.

"Fabric of Space Divine" is a production that should cater quite nicely to those who enjoy and prefer music with a distinct variety throughout. This is a disc that you will have to spend a fair deal of time with to decode and get familiar with; those who desire to buy an album with a desire to like it or not on an initial listen should most likely shy away from this one. A taste for symphonic progressive rock and world music inspired excursions are both probably needed to be able to truly fall in love with this CD, and a taste for late 70's Pink Floyd will probably be an advantage too.

Windhawk | 3/5 |


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