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Anthony Phillips


Symphonic Prog

3.49 | 50 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars Slowly coming, as a river stream from source, through creek size waterline to big river. Same with Tarka. I must confess that I haven't seen the movie, nor read the book. Even this music wasn't used, it is connected with it, inspired by it.

So here I go nature, beware of my mighty footprints. Not big business, this is not wilderness, this is carefuly directed countryside. It's so fragile, or maybe the right word is tender. Strings, soft keyboards, no voice. Flute, piano, these instruments are npt so often used (solely these) in prog rock music. Anthony Phillips is interesting person. I wonder where Genesis could be now with him. Nevermind, this music is easy to listen, but hard to review and decide what it deserves. It seems more like ambient music to me, something pleasant, but not too proggy. Maybe I just lack voice or something more "rockingly".

3(+) stars.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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