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Symphonic Prog

3.58 | 110 ratings

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3 stars Sandrose is one of the french early '70's progressive band that didn't manage to release only one album in 1972 selftitled. Everything on this band is around excellent guitar player Jean- Pierre Alarcen, who had already a moderate succes in late '60 with Système Crapoutchik before joyinig Sandrose in 1970. Sabdrose is one of the better bands from sumphonic prog movements from France from early '70's, the music offered is from mellow sectios to more up tempo full of great interplay between musicians. The female voice of natural born polish Rose Podwojny did a great job here. Underground Session (Chorea - is a perfect ex of Sandrose at their peak and the instrumental one Metakara are the highlights here, specialy the latest where musician realy shine , a very uptempo piece with great musician ship and some superb guitar arrangements made by Jean-Pierre Alarcen. So, a pleasent album for sure, not realy something excellent, but good and decent most of the time. 3 stars is a fair rating, a good album but nothing special about.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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