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ALL YOU WISH YOURSELF

Kaprekar's Constant

 

Crossover Prog

4.90 | 2 ratings

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kev rowland
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5 stars Here we have a two-track digital single from one of the best new prog bands around, Kaprekar's Constant, with all proceeds going to the charity Crisis. While the title cut is a new song, the second 'Call It A Memory' was their debut single back in 2017. Their mix of folk and prog, with complex arrangements and layerings, have made Kaprekar's Constant a great many friends, and their debut 'Fate Outsmarts Desire' is simply stunning (to my shame I still haven't played the follow-up, 'Depth of Field', but it is on my list, honest!). These two songs remind me just why I love that album so much, as while the arrangements are huge and complicated there is also a simplicity contained with which make them such a delight. One can certainly see why David Jackson is so involved, and his use of various saxes, flutes and whistles breaks through to provide an edge while the twin vocals of Bill Jefferson and Dorie Jackson are sublime and comforting. This single should become a new Christmas classic, and by buying it not only will you have an incredible musical experience but you will be helping those less fortunate as well.
kev rowland | 5/5 |

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