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Fernando Perdomo


Crossover Prog

1.50 | 3 ratings

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1 stars I had no clue what to expect here and I now, weeks after adding it to my listening queue, have no idea how the hell Perdomo came across my radar exactly or why it was this album specifically, being his debut aside, that I so chose to listen first. No wonder said queue is getting out of hand (I guess a personal note)...

"Photographers in Love" heads off in... Indie Folk fashion? I'm confused. Sort of reminds, weirdly, of COLDPLAY. "Warm" sounds like an interpolation of John LENNON's "Love". But also weirdly sounds like CCM turned love song... From here, from the start, there is little to nothing that will appeal to your average Prog fan. Folk. Chamber Pop, perhaps. But it's light singer-songwriter at best.

"Home Is Wherever You Are" is a sweet ballad, and I do like the strings, but... I dunno. I know, generally speaking, Crossover Prog isn't necessarily going to appeal to me specifically, but that's not even the 'issue' here. "1970", for instance: utterly hokey.

"This Too Shall Pass" is the first track, we're now eight in, that caught my ear from the onset. It's well produced in the least and has this pretty flute lead.

And then "Angel Lust".... Great title Fern... Woof. "On Sunday Morning" has decent to good melody.

It's at this moment that I would like to instead recommend my friends, The Nielsen Family Band. That's it.

You could avoid this album, far as I'm concerned. Listen to other sh*t haha.

True Rate: 1.5/5.0

DangHeck | 1/5 |


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