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Anima Mundi


Symphonic Prog

3.52 | 63 ratings

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4 stars Just finished listening to the first album Anima Mundi, Septentrion, 2002. A conceptual album, bagpipes and flutes, musical games to Celtic remains in many places, folk and prog. It was a mistake after having heard excellent The Way. But I have a caveat: I can imagine how difficult it must have been on the island to this album, for the lyrics and the concept that they say: "Septentrión is magnetic north, phone, light the way. The album was conceived as a whole in an attempt to search for ultimate truth, unchanging and eternal. It was a concept album from beginning to end. Each song was an aptitude for ourselves indispensable in the way of life. " In other words, a regime far from the mystical quest. One issue that I did not like, Caleidoscopio, which I think is at odds with the rest. Then I looked good, with very good musical landscapes. Recommended but not look anything like his last album is 3.50 / 4.00
M3g52 | 4/5 |


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