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Fernando Refay


Crossover Prog

3.21 | 10 ratings

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3 stars Argentinian composer and musician Fernando REFAY has a number of different band projects to his CV, including Vanished From Earth, S.O.S. and Silion Zelf. In 2011 he launched a solo career with the album "The Paradox". "The Day We Came to Realise" is his second solo album, released in 2014.

Fernando Refay comes across as a skilled performer, and his prowess on the keyboards and skill in crafting compelling and intriguing keyboard passages of various kinds are at times very impressive. The compositions as a whole and the story explored aren't on the same level, unfortunately, and not all the vocal roles are as successfully delivered as others. These are aspects that will limit the reach of this production, but for those who are less concerned about such aspects and are more interested in a rock opera, exploring a dystopian setting, this is a CD that probably is worth giving a spin. Especially by those intrigued by quality craftsmanship and musicianship for the keyboard-driven aspects on this type of output.

Windhawk | 3/5 |


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