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Cozmic Corridors



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Mellotron Storm
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3 stars One of six so-called archival releases released by the Psi-Fi label in the mid nineties. All these were supposedly released in a very limited run and sold in museums, at concerts etc. in the early seventies. Problem is not one of these original records have ever showed up. Not one. While this album and the GOLEM one sound pretty authentic the rest don't sound quite so early 70's. Psi-Fi says these were all released originally on the defunct Pyramid label but again no proof. While this one sounds like the real thing I just don't find it to be that good. Dark soundscape music for the most part with some vocal expressions helping out. ASHRA TEMPEL is a good reference but again a pale imitation. Just a flat sounding album in my opinion. Maybe it was the last of the six they did and they got lazy I don't know.

"The Summit" is like a slow dirge with organ and electronics. Spacey and experimental at times. "Mountainside" has some cello and spacey sounds along with electronics and haunting vocals. "Dark Path" is sombre with keyboards and atmosphere. "Nicmand Verstent" features more organ, vocals and spacey sounds. The closer "Daruber" has some rare drums in it along with organ before it changes after 3 minutes to a spacey soundscape which I like better. Another change after 6 minutes as it sounds more nervous and ominous and the organ floats in late.

There are many who think this is an incredible 5 star release but I find it to be just a pretty good record overall.

Mellotron Storm | 3/5 |


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