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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.86 | 381 ratings

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5 stars Time to Turn ..................((((( the end of an Odyssey ))))) Apparently that this album came at the right timing in 1982 , just after the Wall & before Marillion's Jester . Their was a challenge indeed between Rocks & Punks . all well known categories of progressive rock were subject to disappear after 1983 , and major records companies where confused about the market needs . A very few bands stood against this so called change . Time to Turn & Few other releases gave us hope that this kind of music has been made to carry on . Thanking many producers for their support to talented artists & bands , and some of the label companies we got the same material as in the 70's maybe more mature and beautiful . Tools of musicians was always improving to the best , more ideas and big chalenges . In my opinion 1974 & 1982 were the golden age of progressive , Approximatly 60% of my library was purchased during that period . Time to Turn got the best voting for its beautifil cover, and amazing music . With a complete different line-up , Bornemann kept his fidelity to Eloy's target in delivering the best of space rock , specially by adding Hannes Arcona , hannes folberth to his team , two talented young musicians from eastern Germany , not to mention Klaus Matziol on bass from the original line-up . Time to Turn is really immortal , and it's the end of an Odyssey ...................... Definetly your choice of progressive space rock ,,,,so, enjoy your time and turn it into pleasant one .........
trackstoni | 5/5 |


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