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Prog Folk

4.16 | 548 ratings

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3 stars If King Crimson had decided to go folk in the early 70s they may have sounded a lot like this. This is a very unique cd. Though the vocals tend to hurt the overall feel. They sometimes sound like demented dwarves or constipated elves. This is defiantly a halloween cd and I could picture someone playing this deep in the woods while performing super natural deeds. Musically, this sounds a little fragmented and doesn't always have a nice flow. There are some pleasant passages interupted by complete weirdness. But overall, it isn't anything virtouso, just unique in the approach. Good ideas, average execution. David Bowies seemed to have loved this cd by the way.
Carl floyd fan | 3/5 |


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