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Ezra Winston


Symphonic Prog

3.52 | 42 ratings

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4 stars 1988 was one of the most dryest period in Progland... The prog revival with Marillion was already far away and at the moment we would have done anything to hear anything new that sounds even a little bit prog. Then came Ezra Winston like an oasis in the desert and it became an instant favorite for all the remaining prog lovers because of its symphonic flavours (Italian Old School) : Great instrumental parts with bombastic keyboards, interacting guitars, flute... So, what's the problem with this masterpiece? The question should better be why Ezra Winston is not as famous as Anglagard, for instance? The reason is quite simple : The two albums were only procuded in few amounts and only in the LP format but it was not until 2005 that this record was reissued in the CD Format, even if it's still hard to find on the market....

ProgLine | 4/5 |


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