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Glass Hammer


Symphonic Prog

3.71 | 215 ratings

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5 stars This was my first album of glass hammer (and progressive rock as well), this is a band sounds modern but not as such, while it has clear influences of ELP and Yes, it still sounds original. This album to me is one of the best of the group. The first track "So close, So far" with a great and complex introduction to guitar and drums, still with the timbre of sounds characteristic of a mellotrons original symphonyprog. "Run Lisete" is a classic in the group, once broken and beautiful voice of Susie Bogdanowicz are the highlights of this track. "Farewel to Shadowlands" sounds simple, but without falling into sameness. "longer" with excellent lyrics. "Behind The Great Beyond" is perfect, with the piano in intrudução almost symphonic (literally speaking ally of more than 20 minutes that follow, show that the GH won the respect of fans of the old progressive rock.
nandprogger | 5/5 |


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