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Harmonium - Si on avait besoin d'une cinquième saison CD (album) cover




Prog Folk

4.35 | 1351 ratings

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5 stars This album has been on my radar for quite some time, Since I Have this thing about vinyl , I waited to secure a copy in that medium to make my first acquaintance with it. I thought 15 bucks was a steal by the way, I was a little scared off by the no drums thing, Visions of Steeleye Span in my eye, Combine that with the French Vocal, It had The Potential for disaster for me ,i must admit, I was really expecting a masterpiece of other worldly magnificence . First I will say it was a little different than i Imagined, no Hard edges at all. But the symphonic beauty of this is astounding. Folkies , Psyche nuts, and straight progers can get much out of this. never one time did i say, " where's the drums" and the french vocals meld so well with the instruments , its astounding. A thoroughly original album, and one of the few times i wasn't let down, I typically like harder edged music, but some how i am drawn into it's light. Gorgeous isn't a strong enough adjective, simply a perfect piece of music.
darkprinceofjazz | 5/5 |


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