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Rick Wakeman


Symphonic Prog

3.64 | 51 ratings

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4 stars This is not prog really, but who cares? The Master give us great renditions of many of his own pieces with my favorite band ever. (Steve Howe did something like this on "Not necessarily acoustic", OK?) His piano sounds great as ever. When in synths, wow. The feeling I get is marvellous. Both sides are great to me: When he is solo I absoluterly love it, when he plays with bass and drums I love it also. It`s great to listen to "Close to the Edge" on "keybord mode" or "Siberian Khatru" in a way it doesn't upset my wife ha- ha. As Prog album maybe I say two stars, as an album to listen while beeing with the familly: five stars, absolutely. Finally 3 o 4? Wakeman is my favorite living keybord player (I also loved Emerson), so 4 stars.
chiang | 4/5 |


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