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I And Thou



4.05 | 228 ratings

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5 stars I'm currently living by the beach in New Jersey (bay side, facing west.. amazing sunsets), and everyday after work this summer I would visit the beach, get my relax on, and listen to this album at least once each visit with my beautiful wife though a mini speaker on our mp3 player. This album is perfect for these types of situations. I and Thou manages to cover all the bases of tasteful progressive music without being too "in your face"

Over the last few years, I have become much more interested in music, prog specifically, and I have been going through the masses of great material recorded over the years. And even though I really enjoy even the most explosive and wild sounding jams out there, it is evident that most prog music can be very hard for many people to digest. This album managed to keep my wife entertained over the weeks out on the beach. Eventually she began to gain a greater appreciation for the music that she was listening to and she is now an avid prog rocker :) thanks mostly to this album. This album managed to create a unique experience and relaxed atmospheric that I have not encountered it any albums I've found while browsing this site. The entire album is extremely well done and I've yet to tire of it.

The cover of Go or Go Ahead (played at our wedding.. awesome) and ..And I Awaken are my two favorite tunes on the album, but there are really no low points. Absolutely recommended.

Can't wait to listen to it on the beach next summer!

5/5 stars

Philodendron | 5/5 |


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