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Zoundworks - 2014 CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

4.02 | 112 ratings

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5 stars I know, I am prejudiced, because I have played the drums in Life Line Project in 2003 and I have been playing the drums in a jazz band with Erik de Beer some years ago, but I am deeply impressed by his solo album.

The music is very cheerful and dynamic. The drums sound very much alive, the basses rock and all lead guitars and vintage keyboards sound sparkling and fresh. I didn't believe it was possible, that one man only can produce such a dynamic and sparkling sound. Nowhere you are reminded that this is a one man project. The music is very accessible and agreeable to listen to. The few vocal contributions by original 1983 singer Ankie Jansen and Life Line Project leading voice Marion Brinkman fit in with the music perfectly. I think "The Hole" is one of the most beautiful pieces on the album. The drumming in the melodic folk-like composition, full of flutes and acoustic guitars is fantastic!

2014 is the kind of album you enter in your player when you are sad and need to be cheered up. The disire to be alive and happy is present in every bar on this album.


roland60 | 5/5 |


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