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In The Labyrinth


Prog Folk

3.56 | 13 ratings

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Sean Trane
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Prog Folk
3 stars Like their previous album , this is blending plenty of eastern/oriental folk music with more symphonic moments or sometimes even slightly psychadelic moods. This makes for a very original sound mostly acoustic (but less so than on their previous album) that is not easily described. When I say eastern , I mean Near-Orient (Arabic ) influences as opposed to most of the Scandinavian bands - such as Ensemble Nimbus , Uzva or ALamaailman Vasarat - that have adopted a similar approach but with more Eastern European music (Gypsy or Tzigane ) all with equal success. However , I have a problem with the lenght of these recent releases - late90's release means 06 or more minutes of the same music - too much and tooooooo long, so I rarely get to the end of such an album.
Sean Trane | 3/5 |


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