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DEBUT AT DUSK

Blind Owl

 

Neo-Prog

2.84 | 21 ratings

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Tarcisio Moura
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2 stars First and, as far as I know, only album by this 80's american band. The sound is a big mix of late 70's Kansas, plus some Asia and Magnum overtones. The harmonies are their forte, the musicianship is good and the songs show some promise. Too bad they did not release anything else, because they really seem to be talented. It really looks that their songwriting needed only a little maturity to bring out some really fine tunes. What really mars it all is the production. It is below average, even by the 80's standards. My CD was obviously mastered (if I anyone can call that mastering) straight from a vinyl copy. You can hear some scratches here and there. And that does not help the already poor original production. If you can get a hold of a remastered version (if ever there is one), and like the aforementioned bands, I recommended it.
Tarcisio Moura | 2/5 |

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