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Kerrs Pink


Prog Folk

3.84 | 60 ratings

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4 stars A beautiful album. Inspirated in the Nordic folk, KERRS PINK made delicious and delicated melodies creating bucolic ambiences, through very well done acoustic songs or -sometimes- more energetic soundscapes (never bombastic).

Along thirteen tracks, this stuff remains always brilliant. Cello, viola and flutes were added to traditional prog keyboards, guitars and drums, providing more than an hour of harmonic and sweet music, a sort of first-line progressive folk.

Quality is really homogeneous. From short folky ballads ("Lady of the Lake") to incredibly beautiful themes ("A Final Greeting"), and even close to new age numbers ("Guiding Light" and "Celestial Heavens"), is very difficult to say "OK, this is the highlight". Maybe, the four minutes instrumental "The Hero of the Chivalry" is the best.

"Art of Complex Simplicity" is an excellent album, far from the nostalgic or melancholic Scandinavian style but equally full of feelings. Highly recommended.

Marcelo | 4/5 |


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