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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

3.97 | 223 ratings

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3 stars I came to this album, my first MOSTLY AUTUMN album, because of the much touted voice of Heather Findlay and guitar play and compositional skill of Bryan Josh, and yet there is much more male lead singing, and a whole lot of familiar folk/Celtic folk or standard rock/R & B song structures. The brilliance is too little and too far between.

The album highlights for me include: the beautiful environmental advocacy folk song, "Eyes of the Forest" (2:54) (9/10) and the Celtic folk song, "Shrinking Violet" (8:34) (8/10). The rest is just cinematic melodrama or folk or rock rehash. Good but not great--nor highly recommended.

BrufordFreak | 3/5 |


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