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White Willow


Symphonic Prog

3.75 | 138 ratings

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4 stars This is a very interesting album. There are alot of very good songs, and a few songs that I'm not so sure on. I didn't care much for the song "Now in these Fairy Lands", and there was another with operetic singing, I forget which one it was, but the rest of the songs were fantastic. I will definately check out more from this band after hearing this album. Overall, I would say this is very good album. I love how many differant styles and intruments are packed into this one 66 minute cd. It has folk, psychadelic, hard rock, classical sounding songs, an occasional irish melody, you name it and it has it.

Very unique band. I enjoyed the album alot.

Fans of Renaisance, It's a Beautiful Day, or Blackmore's Night would also enjoy this album.

weaverinhisweb | 4/5 |


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