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Prog Folk

3.86 | 73 ratings

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Eetu Pellonpaa
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4 stars This album has many charming qualities in it, shimmering with hippie bucolic romanticsms. Slightly acid flavoured folk from the campside fires are performed by fine muscians, with influences from Brittish, Celtic and American folk scene in underground musical context. Tonal explorations also venture to quite pleasant levels, with neat sounds familiar from the legendary era of German krautrock prog music days. Thus album offers both powerful calming feeling and much musical content. Especially The B-side shines with really impressive musical realizations, "Schmetterling"'s raga rock passages merge to effect-treated recitings, and lead from joyful rustic guitar chant movements to the deterministic ascension of "Nossa Boba". Fun home-drawn covers increased also my own adoration values, also found as an affordable reissue gatefold LP- Vocals are beautiful and sung both in German and Enlish by male and female duo, underlining also from this perspective the context of hippie charms, escaping the global crimes of earlier generations. Lovely record certainly, and very recommendable
Eetu Pellonpaa | 4/5 |


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