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Eclectic Prog

4.11 | 657 ratings

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5 stars One of the most interesting and unique albums in progrock history. And a rare case, when the meeting of such great individuals realy works. It really ahead of it's time - I mean it sounds as it was recorded in eighties... (Even if that sounds a little scary to any prog-fan. All instrumentalists (and Wetton as a vocalist) are great. I'd just like to point out that Brufford plays here in a different way than before and later. The only problem I can find here is the sound of Jobson's synthesisers - it really annoyed me at first. But one can get used to it. Apart from that - everything here is perfect. A pity that it didn't last long. The balance between Brufford-Holdsworth on the one (jazz) side and Jobson- Wetton on the other (pop) side was hard to keep. Highly recomended.
kajetan | 5/5 |


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