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Autumn Chorus


Crossover Prog

3.80 | 114 ratings

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4 stars Progressive captivating delicacy.

Fine blend of Folk, Post-Rock, Ambient, with a good dose of progression.

The Glockenspiel serves to give the music a special touch, distinctive. The first theme Three Jumps the Devil, and especially his first minutes tested the role of this instrument, executed brilliantly by Foster and Evans.

Rosa is growing in intensity as it progresses and goes through different areas in its 16 minutes duration.

Brightening Sky, with its refined trumpet and flute, is another winner, and perhaps the strongest song but with sections calm and female voice in some parts.

And to mention another outstanding theme, choose Thief. Already a classic for me. The rest is also remarkable.

Robbie Wilson's voice has a kinship with Elbow's Guy Harvey. Appropriate for the occasion.

Autumn Chorus is a perfect name to describe the intricate musical direction of the band. Directly aimed at human emotions. 4,5

sinslice | 4/5 |


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