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D'ACCORD

D'AccorD

 

Heavy Prog

3.64 | 38 ratings

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johnq
4 stars Highly recommended debut album from D'Accord. The band from Norway made this vintage sound album in 2009. They remind me bands like Uriah Heep, Deep Purple, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd and Birth Control but with their unique analog/organic sound! The first track Play By The Hall Rules is a hard rock progressive song with many tempo changes and a 70's atmosphere! Daniel Maage knows exactly how to use his voice in the song and creates an additional atmosphere! In the second half of this song with the mellotron organ, the song goes to the golden age of symphonic rock! The second song This is the one is a great high tempo track. It's like Uriah Heep meet Jethro Tull on stage! The third song Bin is another great song that makes a Pink Floyd's atmosphere with passage from Jethro Tull and Pell Mell? Time to play starts with soft piano and vocals structure but in the second half of the song the sax and the blues guitar make real sense! Excellent organ parts also! The last and longer song of the album Capitale Venditio is the softest and more atmospheric song! Very good changes (a part reminds me Twenty Sixty Six and Then but with D'Accord's style). An excellent work with guitar and organ to make the real difference. Four and a half, stars for me for this excellent album.
johnq | 4/5 |

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