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Eclectic Prog definition

The term 'eclectic' in the context of progressive rock describes a summation of elements from various musical sources, and the influences and career paths of bands that take from a wide range of genres or styles. While progressive music can be, in a larger sense, eclectic, the 'Eclectic Prog' term is specially meant to reference bands that trespass the boundaries of established Progressive Rock genres or that blend many influences.

Eclectic Prog combines hybrids of style and diversity of theme, promoting many elements from different sources. The Eclectic category recognizes bands that evolved markedly over their career (in a progressive, evolutionary way), or have a plural style without a clear referential core.

The basic features lie within the music's variety, rich influences, art tendencies and classic prog rock elements. Among the representative bands are KING CRIMSON, VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR, and GENTLE GIANT.

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4.60 | 3200 ratings
IN THE COURT OF THE CRIMSON KING
King Crimson
4.53 | 2495 ratings
RED
King Crimson
4.49 | 1495 ratings
GODBLUFF
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.42 | 1599 ratings
PAWN HEARTS
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.40 | 2113 ratings
LARKS' TONGUES IN ASPIC
King Crimson
4.36 | 1227 ratings
IN A GLASS HOUSE
Gentle Giant
4.36 | 621 ratings
THE SILENT CORNER AND THE EMPTY STAGE
Hammill, Peter
4.31 | 1218 ratings
H TO HE, WHO AM THE ONLY ONE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.28 | 1109 ratings
STILL LIFE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.27 | 1394 ratings
OCTOPUS
Gentle Giant
4.27 | 1096 ratings
FREE HAND
Gentle Giant
4.26 | 1123 ratings
THE POWER AND THE GLORY
Gentle Giant
4.24 | 1094 ratings
ACQUIRING THE TASTE
Gentle Giant
4.22 | 1006 ratings
VOYAGE OF THE ACOLYTE
Hackett, Steve
4.26 | 369 ratings
ANABELAS
Bubu
4.20 | 569 ratings
SLEEPING IN TRAFFIC: PART TWO
Beardfish
4.25 | 345 ratings
BANTAM TO BEHEMOTH
Birds And Buildings
4.26 | 302 ratings
MEMENTO Z BANALNYM TRYPTYKIEM
SBB
4.16 | 628 ratings
SPECTRAL MORNINGS
Hackett, Steve
4.11 | 1429 ratings
DISCIPLINE
King Crimson
4.33 | 155 ratings
1000 AUTUNNI
Ske
4.09 | 1587 ratings
LIZARD
King Crimson
4.10 | 922 ratings
THREE FRIENDS
Gentle Giant
4.18 | 281 ratings
BORIS
Yezda Urfa
4.15 | 349 ratings
MOTORPSYCHO AND STĹLE STORLŘKKEN: THE DEATH DEFYING UNICORN
Motorpsycho
4.24 | 185 ratings
SI PARTIE 1
Nemo
4.28 | 152 ratings
SBB (WOłANIE O BRZęK SZKłA AKA SLOVENIAN GIRLS)
SBB
4.16 | 266 ratings
MULTIPURPOSE TRAP
Birds And Buildings
4.18 | 204 ratings
PAMIęć
SBB
4.05 | 750 ratings
THE LEAST WE CAN DO IS WAVE TO EACH OTHER
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.08 | 453 ratings
UK
UK
4.12 | 286 ratings
IN CAMERA
Hammill, Peter
4.13 | 246 ratings
BARBARES
Nemo
4.18 | 168 ratings
ZE SłOWEM BIEGNę DO CIEBIE
SBB
4.29 | 102 ratings
AEROLIT
Niemen, CzesŁaw
4.23 | 127 ratings
DETTA HAR HÄNT
Gösta Berlings Saga
4.11 | 232 ratings
LAST EPIC
A.C.T
4.04 | 392 ratings
SLEEPING IN TRAFFIC: PART ONE
Beardfish
4.14 | 171 ratings
DIAGONAL
Diagonal
4.10 | 195 ratings
TODD RUNDGREN'S UTOPIA
Utopia
4.05 | 265 ratings
LADY LAKE
Gnidrolog
3.97 | 905 ratings
THE POWER TO BELIEVE
King Crimson
4.34 | 71 ratings
NIL NOVO SUB SOLE
Nil
4.08 | 191 ratings
BEHIND THE SUN
Motorpsycho
4.05 | 221 ratings
IN EXTREMIS
Days Between Stations
4.04 | 226 ratings
NIGHTINGALES & BOMBERS
Manfred Mann's Earth Band
4.03 | 263 ratings
CHAMELEON IN THE SHADOW OF THE NIGHT
Hammill, Peter
3.97 | 494 ratings
MAMMOTH
Beardfish
4.01 | 271 ratings
THE MUSIC THAT DIED ALONE
Tangent, The
4.07 | 157 ratings
CITY OF THE SUN
Seven Impale
4.17 | 101 ratings
PICTURES
Island
4.00 | 254 ratings
SOLAR FIRE
Manfred Mann's Earth Band
4.04 | 185 ratings
DODECAHEDRON
Daal
4.11 | 119 ratings
DANCES OF THE DRASTIC NAVELS
Daal
4.00 | 232 ratings
LE VER DANS LE FRUIT
Nemo
3.90 | 1342 ratings
STARLESS AND BIBLE BLACK
King Crimson
4.01 | 212 ratings
THE LOW SPARK OF HIGH HEELED BOYS
Traffic
4.20 | 83 ratings
THE APOCALYPSE INSIDE OF AN ORANGE
Rodriguez-Lopez, Omar
3.98 | 280 ratings
LE SACRE DU TRAVAIL
Tangent, The
3.95 | 376 ratings
DESTINED SOLITAIRE
Beardfish
4.14 | 97 ratings
HAIKARA
Haikara
4.00 | 205 ratings
THE SANE DAY
Beardfish
4.20 | 77 ratings
ET CETERA
Et Cetera
4.08 | 120 ratings
EVER AFTER
Sanhedrin
4.18 | 81 ratings
ECHOES OF FALLING STARS
Daal
4.09 | 110 ratings
SKYMIND
Taal
4.06 | 127 ratings
IMAGINARY FRIENDS
A.C.T
4.00 | 181 ratings
WOLFLIGHT
Hackett, Steve
3.96 | 255 ratings
OVER
Hammill, Peter
4.14 | 84 ratings
MOVIN' ON
Circus
4.15 | 82 ratings
STRANGE IS THIS WORLD
Niemen, CzesŁaw
4.27 | 58 ratings
OF THINGS THAT NEVER WERE
Worm Ouroboros, The
4.37 | 46 ratings
SHESHET
Sheshet
4.81 | 25 ratings
SEN BALıK DEğILSIN KI
Gevende
3.87 | 889 ratings
GENTLE GIANT
Gentle Giant
4.28 | 55 ratings
KOROWOD
Grechuta, Marek
4.07 | 108 ratings
SNAFU
East Of Eden
4.02 | 131 ratings
SI PARTIE II - L'HOMME IDÉAL
Nemo
4.02 | 126 ratings
IN CASE OF LOSS..
Areknamés
3.96 | 179 ratings
REWOTOWER
Profusion
4.16 | 70 ratings
SENNA
Mahogany Frog
4.18 | 67 ratings
MARIONETKI
Niemen, CzesŁaw
4.05 | 106 ratings
ENIGMATIC
Niemen, CzesŁaw
3.93 | 237 ratings
+4626 - COMFORTZONE
Beardfish
4.22 | 58 ratings
ZALMOXE
Sfinx
4.06 | 96 ratings
BELIEVERS & DECEIVERS
Brighteye Brison
3.96 | 162 ratings
NOT A GOOD SIGN
Not A Good Sign
4.21 | 58 ratings
DIALOG S VESMÍREM
Progres 2
4.04 | 97 ratings
THE FINEST OF MIRACLES
Ciccada
4.13 | 70 ratings
PHANEROTHYME
Motorpsycho
4.30 | 45 ratings
ONDE, QUANDO, COMO, PORQUĘ, CANTAMOS PESSOAS VIVAS
Quarteto 1111
3.86 | 404 ratings
GENESIS REVISITED II
Hackett, Steve
4.04 | 91 ratings
SODOM & GOMORRAH
From.uz
3.87 | 321 ratings
NOT AS GOOD AS THE BOOK
Tangent, The
4.02 | 100 ratings
MERCATOR PROJECTED
East Of Eden
3.95 | 148 ratings
2ND HANDS
Gourishankar, The
3.86 | 344 ratings
THE VOID
Beardfish
3.89 | 242 ratings
JOHN BARLEYCORN MUST DIE
Traffic
4.25 | 47 ratings
SONGS FROM A SOLITARY HOME
Major Parkinson
4.15 | 60 ratings
SENOGUL
Senogul

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Astrid Pröll
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 Starless And Bible Black by KING CRIMSON album cover Studio Album, 1974
3.90 | 1342 ratings

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Starless And Bible Black
King Crimson Eclectic Prog

Review by VOTOMS

5 stars Review n' 219

King Crimson - Starless And Bible Black

Underrated gem between gems. My favorite from the classic Crimson era. The album isn't solid, almost falling totally in the avant-garde genre but consistent tracks, which explores deeper and expandables atmospheres. And why not? Wheren't they listed as "Ecletic Prog?"Side A was made of medium lenght tunes. Side B sounds like a jam, a goddamn clever jam, where we can experience the far reach of our inner cosmic conscience. Right from the start, the classic KC freak jazz style theme will slap the listener in the face. The lyrics are far unusual. Pretty interesting the way the mood changes while it flows naturally like, passing through brutal ball crushing parts as "The Great Deceiver" to the quiet mellotron of Lament. Then I listen to The Night Watch and I wonder why the hell it isn't a classic prog hymn. Fripp touches are the best. From beauty to dissonant chords and chaotic guitar dreamscapes, it's marvelous. Here I can hear the depth and truely interaction between the members which was never heard before, playing music together, with their souls.

A silly observation. The (probably) most famous hentai series - japanese pornographic cartoons - is called Bible Black. The hentai works list from the same director includes: Discipline, Starless: 21st Century Nymphomaniacs and Heartwork: Symphony of Destruction (this last one an incontestable reference to Carcass and Megadeth).

 Sky 4: Forthcoming by SKY album cover Studio Album, 1982
2.54 | 29 ratings

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Sky 4: Forthcoming
Sky Eclectic Prog

Review by Matti
Collaborator Neo-Prog Team

3 stars The music of SKY has been referred as "granny prog", and that amusing tag is indeed very accurate. Their classically influenced instrumental rock is technically perfect, clean, relatively free of big surprises - and quite sterile to the ears of acquainted prog listeners. It's probably the 2nd album (a double on a full-length CD) that has the most to offer for us. After that work keyboardist Francis Monkman (formerly of CURVED AIR) left Sky and was replaced by Steve Gray, who in my opinion was a very good choice. Funny how much he looks like greyed Tony Banks... But now onto the Forthcoming: this time Sky, featuring the classical guitar virtuoso John Williams, decided to make an all-covers album concentrating on the works of art music composers. To some this seems to be reason enough to malign the results, but I see no point to do so. Sky remains faithful to their own style, and this shortish album isn't so bad at all. Had they chosen only the best-known classical pieces that everyone would recognize, it would have been a totally different situation, closer to tasteless things like Hooked On Classics.

The danceable 'Masquerade' (Khatchaturian) sounds like it was written by - or for - this group. 'Ride of the Valkyries', the dramatic Wagner tune known also from the film Apocalypse Now, suffers from the popularity of the piece, and the electric guitar focussed sound is definitely not Sky at its best, nor is the drama captured very well. 'March to the Scaffold' (from Hector Berlioz' Fantastic Symphony) is percussionist Tristan Fry's choice, a favourite tune since his youth. The percussion comes to the fore in this strong arrangement. The next tune 'To Yelasto Pedi' is taken from the film "Z", familiar to many also as a sung version. This rhythmic track contains a small delicate moment for acoustic guitar and marimba.

'Waltz No. 2' (Ravel) is an excellent choice, especially as it isn't so worn-out. The nocturnal arrangement gives it a Satie-like spirit. I like the harpsichord and rich guitar texture on 'Fantasy' (Bach) but Baroque music suits much worse for crossover treatment. The version of a Spanish tune 'My Giselle', in which Kevin Peek's arrangement favours electric guitar, is poignantly compared to ALAN PARSONS PROJECT by Kenethlevine. 'Xango' of Brazilian origin leans on Fry's moody marimba but remains rather sleepy. 'Skylark', an evergreen composed by Hoagy Carmichael, has a nice classical guitar arrangement. ---------

My main reason to review Sky is receiving three recent Esoteric Recordings re-releases (# 2, 3, 4) that each feature a concert DVD as a bonus. From that point of view this one - with an 1982 TV performance entitled "Sky: Night Music" - is the least satisfying, both because of the shortness (approximately 46 minutes) and the cheaper visual looks. There's a fine acoustic arrangement of 'Fool on the Hill'. Tristan Fry's joke-like 'Tuba Smarties' seems to have been a concert perennial, unfortunately. In case I won't review other albums, let it be said that Sky 3's DVD featuring a lengthy concert from Westminster Abbey (1981) is very enjoyable, and Sky 2's slightly rockier DVD is recorded in 1980 with Francis Monkman still in the band.

 Quarante Jours Sur Le Sinaď by NIL album cover Studio Album, 2003
3.69 | 44 ratings

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Quarante Jours Sur Le Sinaď
Nil Eclectic Prog

Review by Progfan97402

4 stars This one's a real grower for me. This appears to be their third album, hard telling. What I do know is Quarante Jours sur le Sinai (40 Years in the Sinai) is a concept album on Egyptian mythology, not exactly new to prog. The CD was originally released in 2002 on the band's own label, then in Canada on Unicorn Digital in 2006. It's likely the Unicorn reissue that people even had any familiarity of the band. When I first hear this, I was thinking this had some really nice individual parts, and parts I didn't quite grasp. It was so long, over an hour long, and not divided into songs, but really two acts that on the CD is divided into 29 parts. I hear elements of King Crimson, but not a whole lot of the '70 French prog scene. At times the band can be pretty mellow, then suddendly burst into short metal madness before going back into something more calm. I've heard comparisons to Anglagard, which might not be the most useful, but like them, they play one thing, quickly move on to the next, occasionally return to an earlier theme. The keyboard playing is usually low-key with synths and a small amount of Mellotron, while guitar, fretless bass and drums more dominate. The occasional female vocals (in French) really give a nice touch. Some passages have that ominous feel to it that I really like. This is contemporary prog at its finest. I like how it never slips into neo-prog, nor do they sound like a '70s throwback.

I'm really glad to discover Nil. I look forward to getting their other CDs. The only thing preventing a five star rating is it's so long that it really required a few listens for me to get it, but once I did, I realized why many have been raving over it. You really do owe it to yourself to get this CD.

 El Reloj by RELOJ, EL album cover Studio Album, 1975
3.57 | 21 ratings

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El Reloj
El Reloj Eclectic Prog

Review by siLLy puPPy
Collaborator PSIKE Team

4 stars EL RELOJ (The Clock) was formed in Buenos Aires in 1971 by guitarist Willy Gardi and bassist Eduardo Frezza and they started out under the name "Lágrimas (tears)." After a few lineup changes the band finally recruited drummer Juan Esposito, guitarist Osvaldo Zabala and keyboardist Luis Alberto Valenti to record their debut eponymous album that came out in 1975. EL RELOJ was one of the earliest bands to pioneer heavy rock in Argentina. Clearly being heavily influenced by Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin and other English bands of the day, it is apparent from their sound that they were listening to a lot of Italian prog bands as well. There are clear influences from the heavier sides of PFM, Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso and Osanna amongst others.

Not at all surprising as Buenos Aires hosts one of the largest European and Italian populations in all of South America. The result of this mix is a highly energetic hard rockin' groovy sound that incorporates heavy riffs, scorching dual guitar leads, a beefy bass and a drummer on fire and on the prog side of things we get some well-crafted complex song structures, first-rate crazy time sigs, quality Hammond organ runs, tribal beats and rockin' rhythms that can change at the drop of a hat without affecting the overall flow of the music. The tracks have a highly developed sense of melody, harmony and counterpoint all sprinkled with progressiveness and a healthy sense of bombast.

"Obertura" starts off this album with spooky piano sounds that could easily scare away any unwanted solicitors from your front door which then is accompanied by some boiling water and muffled screams. Wow. Did we enter the haunted house at Disneyland? The second part of the track is "El Viejo Serafin (The Old Seraph)" which breaks in abruptly after two minutes and ushers in a heavy guitar riff that disappears as soon as it appears and then it's the bassline's turn. The tradeoffs are delivered in proggy time sigs and then finally around three minutes we get some passionate vocals all sung in Spanish, of course. The final minute is dedicated to a nice bassline trading off with the guitar. This opening track pretty much sets the stage for the heavy eclectic prog to come.

The tracks that follow follow the same formula with emphasis on different aspects of heaviness, progginess and instruments until we get to "Blues Del Atardecer (Blues Of The Evening)" which is one of the slower tracks that manages to fill the role as a ballad on the album without sacrificing energetic outbursts like guitar riffs, drum solos and drenched organ and maintains a highly addictive melody. The final track "Haciendo Blues Y Jazz (Making Blues And Jazz) is an excellent heavy bluesy jazz rocker that utilizes an energetic walking bass run, bluesy guitar acrobatics and atmospheric keyboards with rock star vocals to add the perfect icing on the cake.

While i wouldn't call EL RELOJ the most original of bands as they incorporate so many ideas and sounds that had already been done, i would call them absolutely brilliant in how they piece it all together in their delivery in a way that hadn't been done this well. The song structures are amazingly complex while losing absolutely none of the catchiness associated with the top dogs of the heavy rock world. EL RELOJ delivers the hard hitting energy of a heavy metal band, the sensuality that Latin American musicians are famous for and the complexity that will please every prog lover as well. Every musician sounds perfect for the role and EL RELOJ has emerged as my favorite band from Argentina. While i absolutely love this debut album, it is the second one that will really blow you away for as good as this one is, they were only getting started! Highly recommended. These guys really need to be jettisoned from the vaults of obscurity.

 El Reloj II (aka Al Borde del Abismo or Segundo Album) by RELOJ, EL album cover Studio Album, 1976
4.10 | 26 ratings

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El Reloj II (aka Al Borde del Abismo or Segundo Album)
El Reloj Eclectic Prog

Review by siLLy puPPy
Collaborator PSIKE Team

5 stars Technically the second album by EL RELOJ is the second eponymous release but is more often referred to as EL RELOJ II and also known as "Al Borde Del Abismo (On The Edge Of The Abyss)" after the first track. While the debut album showed the band with some serious hard and heavy rock with progressive chops, it is this second album that turns up the creative nature of the band even more without sacrificing any of the brilliance that made the debut so enjoyable. The heaviness is still here, the melodies are abundant but where the band really went to town is in the eclectic progressiveness department. There is just a lot more ideas and creative outbursts finding their way into every nook and cranny.

The song structures have become more complex than ever where individual instruments are assigned much larger roles in fleshing out new territories and moods. The keyboards aren't as pronounced as on the debut leaving behind the Deep Purple similarities but they still have their moments where they burst onto the scene and dazzle the senses. On this one we get a lot more mood swings with frenetic rocking segments trading off with sensual mellow ones. This kind of reminds me of the Mr Bungle approach at times which i can't think of any other 70s acts who tried it but the stylistic trade offs aren't nearly as extreme and the focus is still on maintaining a strong melodic flow even if the melody itself is ridiculously complex in nature. At times i am reminded of the heavier proggy side of Rush mixed with some avant-garde leanings of King Crimson but the Italian prog influences of the heavier side of PFM, Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso and especially "Palepoli" era Osanna are the most pronounced.

Willy Gardi and Osvaldo Zabala have mastered their twin guitar assault leaving bands like Wishbone Ash and The Allman Brothers in the dust. The energetic outbursts are furious enough to pass for 80s metal while Luis Alberto Valenti's organ delivery points more to the early part of the 70s bringing all those proto-prog sounds into play. The harmonizing vocals of four of the five members have been perfected creating an impressive command of blending with the complexities on display here. Ah, this was love at first listen and has just gotten better. All the ingredients for early symphonic heavy proggy metal are here and i can't seem to get enough of this one.

Generally speaking if you're more into the early metal aspects of EL RELOJ you will like the first album better whereas if you have strong prog fetish then this second album will more than scratch that itch. This album tends to leave less of an impression upon first listen but rewards in repeated listens which are needed to collect all the frantic ideas into a cohesive understanding. I, for one, love both albums but the overall sophistication of this one blows me away while still delivering more than enough heavy bombast to satisfy my headbangin' needs. EL RELOJ is a really cool band that i have been getting way into. I wish i woulda been around in 1970s Argentina to see these guys play, they REALLY know how to deliver on the goods. After this album the band wouldn't release anything new for several years and then toned their progressiveness down a whole bunch to conform with the 80s. This album remains the crown jewel in their musical career and what a sparkling jewel it is.

 From a Distance by NOT A GOOD SIGN album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.61 | 38 ratings

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From a Distance
Not A Good Sign Eclectic Prog

Review by BrufordFreak

3 stars Not a Good Sign's sophomore effort disappoints. There is just something lacking here that the debut had. Energy. Enthusiasm. It's as if the band is often caught going through the motions, as if the spirit and conviction of the effort is missing. I felt this from the first two listens through the album--even before I found out that this was to be Francesco Zago's last work with the group. Nothing feels finished, polished, fully developed. There are parts of songs that just plod along--as if it's an effort just to get through the next measure. The continued excellent voice and vocal performances of LA COSCIENZO DI ZENO's Alessio Calandriello are not enough to save this one; each of the other contributors seems unable to work as a team, or to get excited for the end product. Perhaps Francesco's immanent departure was known before or during the creation of this album. I don't know. I just know that nothing, no song has nearly the fire and strength of 2013's debut. Whatever it is that Paolo "Ske" Botta, Alessandro Cassani, Martino Malacrida, and Francesco Zago do next, I wish them well. They are without doubt extraordinary artists--all of them. I've just come to expect better of Not a Good Sign than this.
 The Finest Of Miracles by CICCADA album cover Studio Album, 2015
4.04 | 97 ratings

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The Finest Of Miracles
Ciccada Eclectic Prog

Review by BrufordFreak

5 stars It's been five years since Greece's Ciccada released their highly acclaimed debut album, A Child in the Mirror on AltrOck Records. Now they are back with an album that displays the maturation process the band has undergone in both recording and compositional technique. The songs of The Finest of Miracles show improved mastery of the band's proclivity for weaving sophisticated instrumental structures using their multiplicity of ancient and traditional folk instruments integrated with modern electrified instruments. They have also refined their symphonic sensibilities, as is displayed in the long-playing masterpieces, "Around the Fire" and the 18-minute long "The Finest of Miracles Suite." They are also much more evenly paced, eliminating the occasional tendency they had previously to over-do or flood passages with too much information.

1. "A Night Ride" (6:26) is an instrumental putting on immediate display the fact of the band's maturation as well as its further commitment to both rock music and symphonic song structures. Also on display is the multi-instrumental virtuosity of leader Nicolas Nikolopoulos who is credited with flute, tenor sax, Mellotron, synthesizers, electric and grand pianos, organ, and glockenspiel. The contributions of guest musician Lydia Boudouni on violin are also quite significant. Nice opener. (8/10) But, we're all waiting for the complete ensemble--and especially the contributions of vocalist extraordinaire, Evangelina Kozoni. The next song does not take long to satisfy.

2. "Eternal" (8:02) starts out sounding very much like A Child in the Mirror's "A Garden of Delights"--though a bit more spacious. By the middle of the song the band has started mixing things up enough and by the end of the sixth minute they have finally broken away from its predecessor: organ, acoustic guitars, flutes, Mellotron and violins. In retrospect, it feels as if it is really Evangelina's vocal melody that keeps bringing me back to "Earthly Delights," not so much the instrumental music. Still, a great song. Great sound. (8/10)

3. "At the Death of Winter" (4:04) starts out with flute, synths, Mellotron and marimba setting things up for Evangelina's storytelling vocal. The song is impressionistic: jazzy, folkie, kind of childlike and pleasant. At times it even treads into GENTLE GIANT territory--especially with the jazzy section beginning in the third and the rondo weave of male vocals accompanying Evangelina which soon follows during the fourth minute. Surprising and beautiful song! (9/10)

4. "Around the Fire" (9:16) is a true symphonic construction with no single section lasting more than 45 seconds and never less than 30. It opens with two wooden flutes playing together for the first 30 seconds. Multiple tracks of acoustic guitars fill the next 30 seconds before an all-out acoustic JETHRO TULL instrumental weave bursts out. This is then joined by organ and Evangelina's vocal. Next there is a brief instrumental of medieval instruments before the music returns to the JTULL theme with electric guitar and flute flashing in and out in an enthusiastic dance. Next Evangelina returns with the organ before the song quiets down to the medieval instrument section this time with Evangelina's voice. It sounds like a 1960s folk songs with its strummed acoustic guitars and background vocal harmonies. Gorgeous! At the five minute mark we get to hear two electric guitar soli before the song devolves into a rapidly strumming acoustic guitar. Then, at 6:30 we get to hear some impassioned JTULL flute and guitar soli, building into a heavier JTULL crescendo before returning tho the 60s folk section with the addition of Mellotron and GENESIS-like guitars to exit. Amazing song! (10/10)

5. "Lemnos (Lover Dancer)" 0:47) is a song in the true medieval folk minstrel tradition. Plus horns! (10/10)

THE FINEST OF MIRACLES SUITE:

6. "Birth of the Lights" (1:52) opens surprisingly heavily, with and odd time signature, before evolving into a softer and lighter "sunshine and unicorns" mood. (9/10)

7. "Wandering" (6:42) opens sounding a lot like very early GENESIS. Sax with background violin and piano are interspersed with the "mischievous" "interruptions" of flute A weave of multiple synths ensues before the song returns to the sax and violin weave, this time interlaced with slightly heavier sections?one of which has some raunchy jazz guitars. The song always comes back to either the sax and violin theme and/or the flutes over acoustic guitars for its grounding. This is very much a soundtrack for a film--like an old silent film soundtrack--one in which five or six very distinct personalities are interacting and/or conversing. (9/10)

8. "Sirens Call" (1:38) starts with simple acoustic guitar arpeggios joined by flute and then double bass and Rhodes piano. Violin and flute trade soli throughout. (9/10)

9. "As Fall the Leaves" (3:09) is a medieval folk ensemble set up for Evangelina to sing in her native Greek. Very RENAISSANCE like. (10/10)

10. "Song for an Island" (4:47) sees the suite step into the electronic era with trumpets and Mike Oldfield-like lead guitar with Evangelina continuing singing in Greek. The music has the feel of an early bluesy JETHRO TULL or GENESIS song. Horns join in at 1:10, adding something special before the song returns to the opening vocal section. In the fourth minute it takes a turn into new territory--a kind of "MacArthur Park" sound and structure. At 4:30 a circus-like element is introduced--which carries us through to the end! (9/10)

Amazing composition pulled off with such skill and maturity! Awesome!

This album has an amazing 1970s feel to it in the way it is composed and performed; such mastery and maturity is rare in this day and age. Always a sucker for medieval and folk traditions, this album has bewitched me--much more than even their debut--to which I also ascribed five stars.

 Groundswell by MORAINE album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.76 | 15 ratings

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Groundswell
Moraine Eclectic Prog

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars MORAINE are a five piece band out of Seattle who play an Avant style of instrumental music. Lots of violin in this one but also flute, baritone sax, guitar, bass and drums. My favourite sections are those where they sort of drive off of the road in a musical sense and forge their own path. Love those experimental passages.

"Mustardseed" has this solemn beat to start with sax as the violin starts to play over top. Things turn experimental after 1 1/2 minutes with electronics. So cool as it sounds like they have just deconstructed what they just built. A great way to begin. "Skein" has a nice bass intro as drums, sax then violin join in. This is more uptempo than the opener. The guitar starts to solo just before one minute then it's the sax taking over that role a minute later, then violin. Themes are repeated then it's more powerful late to end it. The bass, violin and sax are outstanding in the melodic "Fountain Of Euthanasia". It calms right down after a minute then it starts to pickup and build. This is good. "Gnashville" is such a great title and the music is just as good. Lots of deep sounds as the violin plays over top. It settles back but not for long. Check out the left of center violin before 2 minutes and the guitar that follows. Nice. We get back to that earlier sound after 3 minutes. "In That Distant Place" is laid back to start with violin playing over top. It's almost dreamy when it settles back even more with the sax replacing the violin. The violin is back after 3 minutes then it kicks into a much higher gear after 4 1/2 minutes with guitar taking the lead and it sounds amazing.

"Synecdoche" has more of a "Rock" flavour to start with the drums and guitar leading. Sax and violin join in. The baritone sax sounds so good 1 1/2 minutes in, then the guitar solos as the drums and bass pound it out. Sax replaces the guitar then it's the violin's turn late. "The Earth Is An Atom" is a catchy mid-paced tune with plenty of violin and sax. It settles back after 2 minutes with the violin leading the way. Guitar to the fore around 3 1/2 minutes and it's angular! The sax is back late then we get a big finish. "Waylaid" has this violin melody that has got stuck in my head several times over the last week and half. It comes and goes in this one and we get plenty of bass and sax as well. It calms right down 1 1/2 minutes in with the violin becoming experimental and this section lasts until around the 6 minute mark when that earlier theme returns to end it. "Spiritual Gatecrasher" is another great title and this is my favourite track. Bass to start as flute then violin join in in this mellow intro. The flute is fantastic, very expressive, and I love that the bass is prominant throughout. Lots of atmosphere here as well. Mournful violin replaces the flute but the flute returns late. "The Okanogan Lobe" opens with guitar before it turns fuller rather quickly. It settles back with violin out front but this is brief. Sax then leads the way when it kicks back in as themes become repeated. I like when the guitar starts to solo 5 1/2 minutes in. Great track!

If your really into violin driven music then you need to check this album out, but this will satisfy most of you adventerous listeners out there. A solid 4 stars.

 Of Things That Never Were by WORM OUROBOROS, THE album cover Studio Album, 2013
4.27 | 58 ratings

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The Worm Ouroboros Eclectic Prog

Review by Mellotron Storm
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4 stars It was Sagi's recommendation that moved me to pick this album up last year. The cover art is really nice including the pictures in the liner notes, and it's pretty cool that the lyrics for the most part are done by famous people as in Ray Bradbury, Albert Einstein, H.P. Lovecraft and many more. And considering this band is from Belarus I was surprised that the liner notes were all in English. We get four short tracks that are mostly acoustic and I can take or leave them but I will be keeping those seven longer tracks for sure. A Canterbury vibe runs throughout this album especially with the distorted keys and under-stated vocals at times, but the big surprise for me was that strong Zeuhl flavour on two songs that is very impressive. Lots of electric piano and flute on this record and the bass is very upfront along with some stunning guitar passages.

"L'Impasse Sainte Beregonne" opens with electric piano, flute and huge bass lines as drums and more start to help out. There's a Zeuhlish vibe here as well that is really impressive. The guitar replaces the flute 2 1/2 minutes in but the flute is back a minute later. An excellent opening number. "Shelieth" features picked guitar and electric piano early on but it turns fuller after a minute. Distorted keyboards help out along with the guitar. Intricate sounds come and go including some spacey synths, then some synths arrive that are high pitched and rather annoying. I really enjoy that main theme that returns with electric piano and picked guitar. "Ladybird On A Moebius Strip" is a short instrumental with guitar melodies and flute leading the way. "The Pear-Shaped Man" is different. A vocal track that mixes GONG and PHIDEAUX if that makes any sense. Theatrical vocals here at times and the song is quite catchy. Love the instrumental break, especially the Canterbury-like keyboards before 3 minutes. "Dawn Angel" is a short acoustic guitar piece.

"Pirates In Pingaree" is such a bright and enjoyable song, especially the tone of the keyboards. The guitar kicks in before 2 1/2 minutes as the sound becomes more powerful. A beautiful section before 4 minutes then flute and picked guitar take over. It's darker after 5 minutes then back to that flute led passage, guitar is back late. "The Magi" is a short folky piece with vocals part way through. "Soleil Noir" sounds like an extension of the previous song. Reserved vocals and a mellow sound here before it turns dark and powerful after 4 minutes. This sounds so good when that nasty guitar kicks in. "The Curfew" opens with electric piano, bass and more that creates a dark and atmospheric sound. When it kicks in at 2 1/2 minutes we're talking Zeuhl all the way. Even the vocals are Zeuhl-101. I really dig the electric piano/bass section 5 minutes in. "Return To The Cold Sea Of Nothing" opens with organ, bass and drums and man this has a feel-good sound to it. Flute joins in as well then vocals follow and they bring GONG to mind. I like the ending too. "Hope" is a short acoustic guitar and flute piece.

Easily 4 stars and I like how familiar this sounds yet at the same time this is different. Can't wait to hear what they come up with on their next record.

 Acquiring the Taste by GENTLE GIANT album cover Studio Album, 1971
4.24 | 1094 ratings

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Gentle Giant Eclectic Prog

Review by Prog Leviathan
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4 stars At the time of this writing, I'm a casual Gentle Giant fan - only having reviewed one of their albums; however, Acquiring the Taste is a spirited, eclectic, subtle, and dynamic mix of good old fashioned prog experimentation that accomplishes in me exactly what the title sets out to do: acquire the taste!

Overall, the many styles and textures of this release make it more rewarding as time goes by, with more nuance being discovered in the dense instrumentation (horns, violins, etc.), vocal interplay, and constantly changing time signatures. There isn't a lot that jumps out to the ear while listening, but the album's jaunty melodies and overall effect is very fun. The band brings a lot of influences to their music, and the result is a great example of classic progressive music, without the unsubtle drama of bands like Yes or ELP (note, I like both of these bands a lot).

This difference makes Gentle Giant stand out to me as a unique, and probably very influential group. While I wouldn't come close to giving this a "masterpiece" label, Acquiring the Taste wets the appetite for something you may not have realized you wanted, and makes for a moody, quirky, and enjoyable 40 minutes of vintage prog. Rounded up to 4 stars!

Songwriting: 4 - Instrumental Performances: 4 - Lyrics/Vocals: 3 - Style/Emotion/Replay: 4

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