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Warm Dust


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.50 | 37 ratings

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Ancient Troubadour
4 stars You'll note that of the Warm Dust albums reviewed here "And it came to Pass" has been reviewed and rated by more users than "Peace for our Time" and "Warm dust." and its rating is a little lower than those other two.

However, the rating on this is more reflective of the content than at least "Peace," whose average from a smaller number of scores have been easily skewed higher than this effort, higher than they ought, perhaps.

If you're a poet, perhaps "peace in our time" will appeal to you more than "And it came to pass" but as a musician, as a rocker and a bloke who enjoys subtle humour and elements of irony this reviewer finds this album the most palatable of the two.

It reaches greater heights of auditory excitement, with elements that bring to mind the flavours of Tull's "Thick as a brick", Thijs Van Leer's "Focus III" and the era that brought us the recording of "Jesus Christ Superstar" with its fusion of classical, jazz and rock.

Ancient Troubadour | 4/5 |


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