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Mostly Autumn


Prog Folk

3.51 | 131 ratings

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3 stars Prog folk with a dash of spacey Floydism and neo-proggish Pendragon, the album is a definite mixed bag. The first two tracks have a samey slight Pink Floyd vibe that really doesn't excite me, flat and basic, like the worst from Floyd. You can call them Floyd leftovers. Track three & four, "The Last Climb" and "Heroes Never Die" are flat-out Pendragon with female back-up singing. First time I've ever heard a band ape another band that apes another band! Yet, it's not bad for what it is. I tend to like their forays into traditional folk, like the songs "Folklore", "Shenanigans" and the best song, "Out Of The Inn", fast pace and fun tracks which offset the dragging and plodding bulk of this disc. Other tracks like, "Boundless Ocean" and "Steal Away" are ballad-like and decent, nothing special about them. The last track immerses themselves back into the Pink Floyd/Pendragon fold. Not bad, but again nothing special which pretty much sums up this album for me. Good, but not essential.
NJprogfan | 3/5 |


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