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Black Bonzo


Heavy Prog

3.82 | 103 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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4 stars Incredible, this is a Swedish five piece band from 2004 but it could have been an UK band from the very interesting Early British Progressive Rock Movement in the early Seventies! From the very first moment Black Bonzo takes you on a trip to the wonderful sound of the late Sixties and early Seventies with strong hints from early Uriah Heep (Hammond, vocal harmonies) but also echoes from The Moody Blues (Mellotron) and Argent ('heavy progressive' with Hammond organ and harder-edged guitar). The ten compositions sound warm, harmonic and varied featuring pleasant vocals and lots of majestic Mellotron waves and powerful Hammond organ runs along some fiery electric guitar. My final rating alternates between 3 and 4 stars but because of the Mellotron and Hammond organ I award Black Bonzo with a fully deserved 4 stars, WHAT A WONDERFUL AND WARM, VINTAGE KEYBOARD DRIVEN PROGROCK!!
erik neuteboom | 4/5 |


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