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Aphrodite's Child


Symphonic Prog

3.52 | 97 ratings

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Tarcisio Moura
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3 stars A very interesting pop rock album that hints very few things that were to come (like their conceptual 666). Actually Aphordite´s Child showed quite some personality and uniqueness by uniting their obvious british pop rock/´psychodelic influences with greek folk music overtones here and there. The songwriting may be too straightforward for some progheads, but Vangelis keyboards and arrangements are far from common place. In fact, I found them to be quite bold for the time and being their first major efford as a group. Songs like The Grass Is No Green and Day Of The Fool are hardly what you call ´radio friendly´and were to be further developed on 666.

Not essential by any means, but a valid statement, specially if you are a Vangelis fan (keyboards dominate this album from beginning to end). And I like very much Demis Roussos voice.

Tarcisio Moura | 3/5 |


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