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Jade Warrior


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.63 | 122 ratings

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3 stars When I first heard this album, my first thought was, where are the drums? But I really like the percussive things going on, it adds to the spacey and trancy feel of the band's sound. Tony Duhig met up with Glyn Havard in Iran, wich may explain the asian influences.

Some Jethro Tullish flute and vocals, and a loads of asian soundscapes. This one is a unique album in the prog/space rock of the seventies.

It's good for meditation without being too new-age. The guitars are sparse but to the point, sometimes heavy rocking.

Especially a must-have for fans of creative soundscapes and percussions. Also fans of Ian Anderson should like this one.

Kingsnake | 3/5 |


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