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NOW YOU SEE ME

Colin Mold

 

Prog Folk

4.06 | 27 ratings

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LearsFool
3 stars Colin Mold's most recent effort is a nice piece of proggy folk and soft rock, and makes for a pretty, relaxing listen. "Will We Ever Return" is the best track, offering the best use of electric guitar with its wailing yet soft solos. And throughout the album, Colin sings beautifully. Nobody can really fault this record. It, however, doesn't feel like much to write home about. Even with its beauty, aside from "Will We Ever Return" no track sticks out, and there isn't anything particularly new, or exciting. Colin has a lot of talent, and it gets used, but not, I think, anywhere near its fullest. Maybe one day he can turn this nice style of his to unique things. So not a special or important album, but I would still recommend it for what it is worth.
LearsFool | 3/5 |

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